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I am new to IClone and looking for swimming motion that can be added to IClone characters and then exported out to Unreal Engine.
I downloaded the Swim program from the Marketplace but it only offered the Icontent which does not allow me to export to Unreal. Does anyone have any suggestions on where I can find files to apply to the characters that will then transfer to Unreal? Or is there anyway to export the Swim motions from the program I downloaded?
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Check Mixamo, the search function is a little tricky sometimes.


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To export out motions of iClone you need 3DXchange Pipeline. So unless your using iClone to create unique animations, you might be better off just finding some BVH motions.

Try this.
http://www.animstreet.com/animstreet-search-previews
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Thanks so much for the link.
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Thanks for the reply. I have 3dExchange Pipeline but the Swim program I downloaded from the marketplace does not have the Iexport capability at this time. Too bad because the animation is exactly what I need and works great in Iclone.
I downloaded a couple of BVH files from Animstreet but not sure yet how to apply them to the character in the exchange and then transfer them to Unreal. Do you have any suggestions on tutorials that may help me learn that procedure?
Thanks again for your help!
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Basically, you import and characterize your BVH like you would characterize an FBX.


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That was a huge help!

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Some swim here :  
http://iclonemotions.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=375&search=swim

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