Believe it or not I own Perception Neuron Mocap, which I have not fully utilized yet. Sure, it is good for simple things.
But my problem was working with clips more complex, than conversation.
I watched all possible tutorials, tried whole lot of different workarounds, tricks and ended up with a lousy transition.
Maybe with curve editor it would be a different ball game. Shall live to see.
Instead of looking for workarounds and tricks.... do you know how to get great transitions (using a Curve Editor)?"A Curve Editor will not fix mocap transition problems."
(Where the feet and root pivots are not the same.)
Here is the same problem....
As iClone users gain tool experience.... there needs change.
I spent 2 hours the other day trying to make a smooth transition between 2 clips.
We the armatures have to sit and wait for someone with great deal of experience to come up with a workaround for us? I just hate the word "workaround". Really!
Not a fine morning for me I suppose... need some coffee.
Transition Blending mocap:
Scrub the animation of the first motion and stop where the (Lead Foot) is "Flat."
1. Pin (the Lead) "Foot" of this motion.
Scrub the animation of the second clip and stop where the (Rear Foot) is "Flat."
2. Pin (the Rear) "Foot" of this motion.
3.Slide the (Skeleton's Root) of the first motion to the second skeleton's pivot.
Until you can do this.... there is no work-a-round that produces "Good Results."
...you splice both clips... blend.
Flip a coin.
JaffaDave...Once the curve editor drops i'm one very happy camper
iCloners will finally enjoy x,y,z tracks and learn how the keys accurately adjust motion.
...Then there needs will increase... (Change)... and they'll want to do more.
2. Interchange "Modifiers" on the x,y,z tracks.Feedback Tracker.
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