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Is there a tutorial for saving motions?

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Is there a tutorial which shows how to record and save motions so that I can save me own custom motions and then apply them to my own individual characters?

I'd like to create a set of custom motions that I can apply to any G3 Human character.

Can anyone point me to a tutorial that would help understand how to do that in CTA3?


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Is there a tutorial which shows how to record and save motions so that I can save me own custom motions and then apply them to my own individual characters?

I'd like to create a set of custom motions that I can apply to any G3 Human character.

Can anyone point me to a tutorial that would help understand how to do that in CTA3?


I didn't find any videos on the subject yet but the online manual shows how to do it. [HERE]


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Thanks, that's a useful starting point for me.


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It's a little tricky at first to get the hang of it but the more you do it the easier it gets.

Also be sure to click on the Note: icons throughout the manual for additional info.



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