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Question about exporting multiple animations from "Collect Clip"

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Question about exporting multiple animations from "Collect Clip"

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Hey all, I'm new to iclone and animation workflow with 3XC so forgive me if its been discussed, essentially i have a character that has multiple animations, sit, walk, ect.  And I would like to export to unity, although I have figured out how to do all that, what I cant figure out is how to export all of these as separate animations to 3DXC.  Do I have to put all of these animations on separate layers or something, or do I actually have to put each animation on the timeline and then send to 3dxc, the delete the animation and put the next one on, ect.. Is there no way to put them all on the timeline and have 3dxc separate them as individual animations?
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You can drag-&drop all your motions from the content manager to the 3DX motion library, and then add them to the perform. Now they can all be exported with the FBX.

You can also load motions with the import button if you prefer.

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Thanks! That will make things a lot easier!!!
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Hi Scott

Reallusion has produced a series of very complete tutorials which you can find from selecting ReallusionTV in the
Community section of the main page at Reallusion.com by clicking on the down arrow to the right of Community.

Once you get to Community, select ReallusionTV and once that page loads, select Tutorials.

At around the page 5 mark you will find 4 or 5 tutorials dedicated to getting characters into Unity3d which are very well done.  That should get you on your way.

TimV

There are surely times when it is good to be stubborn.  Knowing when is the gift of experience.

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