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Dear Users

The iClone4 online help is keeping developed.
We welcome any comments and suggestions under this thread before we finalize it for print version.

Thanks
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a wiki would be nice. This way reallusion can start it with the help files and users can add tips and tricks to it / as well as answer most frequently asked questions on this forum ...all in one spot.


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Good idea! The wiki has been a huge help to me, along with this forum, and many others.

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I really prefer a pdf or detailed written documentation of some kind, with STEP BY STEP instructions on all aspects of the program. The demo videos are pretty worthless IMO and they sound like a sales pitch, not a tutorial. Wikis are notoriously unreliable because anyone can change the info.
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Please include a project oriented manual that covers all aspects of the program. If it helps, you probably have the expertise on this forum to put one together if contracted. Too bad this didn't coincide with the release of IC4. Maybe by IC5?

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hey how do u make avatars walk
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sumthinwong (10/23/2009)
Please include a project oriented manual that covers all aspects of the program. If it helps, you probably have the expertise on this forum to put one together if contracted. Too bad this didn't coincide with the release of IC4. Maybe by IC5?


Yes. That would be very usefull. One project with all covered and it would be lovely if one could get in an PDF to.

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krazy (11/22/2010)
hey how do u make avatars walk

Hi.. There are several ways to make an avatar walk. The simplest is to Right Click the avatar, choose Walk Forward, and then click anywhere in the Preview Window and your avatar will walk there.

Alternatively you can switch to Director Mode and use the W, A, S, D keys of your keyboard to move your avatar around. Check out the online help guide (press F1 in iClone) for more information.

                                                                

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johncarstarphen (10/23/2009)
I really prefer a pdf or detailed written documentation of some kind, with STEP BY STEP instructions on all aspects of the program. The demo videos are pretty worthless IMO and they sound like a sales pitch, not a tutorial. Wikis are notoriously unreliable because anyone can change the info.
I completely agree that the domo videos are pretty worthless....yes they do sound like a sales pitch....a tutorial should be a more detailed step by step guide...please, please, please give us MORE DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS.

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johncarstarphen (10/23/2009)
I really prefer a pdf or detailed written documentation of some kind, with STEP BY STEP instructions on all aspects of the program. The demo videos are pretty worthless IMO and they sound like a sales pitch, not a tutorial. Wikis are notoriously unreliable because anyone can change the info.


I concur.

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