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Posted By Curtis04 5 Years Ago
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My joints keep disconnecting in CrazyTalk Animator 2-Pro when my character moves, but I can't figure out how to refine the joints so they don't disconnect???  (Refer to pictures)
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First, you posted your CTA2 issue in the iClone section. You will get a better response if posted in the correct area.

Did you check the sprite alignment in each angle in Composer Mode?
I'd look there first.

Did you run Confirm Multi-Angle Settings?


Jeff



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Whoops I posted in the wrong section you are right.  I will post in the proper section, but will also try the things you said.  Thanks.



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