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Trouble with creating actor in Pipeline -- too new -- too ambitious?

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Trouble with creating actor in Pipeline -- too new -- too ambitious?

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I have a particular idea for a video narrator, so I boughtCTA2 Pipeline and a G1 actor that was close. With You Tube training videos and thePipeline Manual open, together with a shocking amount of frustration over twodays, I have placed the two modified sprites in the character. Calibration hasit dancing around just fine, in Composer Mode.

When I switch to Stage mode, the actor falls apart.  The two modified Sprites shrink and a propmoves out of place.

Validate Multi-angle Setup and Align bones haven’t helped.

Any suggestions? I have felt “almost understanding” for twodays!

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chris.geller (10/18/2016)


Any suggestions? I have felt “almost understanding” for twodays!


Post pictures even link to bad actor. Many things can cause this.


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Thanks.  As so often the case, i was missing two basic ideas. Finally got it.



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