Hmmm..... That's what I thought would work. I found the tutorial Kai did on it. See if sheds any light on how to make it work.
Sort of. I am trying to do the opposite. The tutorial creates morphs in CC, saves them as iAvatar files and then applies them using Morph Creator in iC7.
In my case I have morphs applied in iC7 but I want to save them (either via iC7 or CC) in some format other than iAvatar because they are clothing morphs that need to be applied to different characters.
However, I did follow the tutorial to test my two iAvatar files and the Morph Creator indicated that both are identical. This is not what I expected but seems to be consistent with CC creating a morph slider that does nothing (since both the source and target are the same). The odd thing is that when I load the two iAvatars in CC, the morph is applied correctly. I tried both baked and non-baked versions of the iAvatar files.
The below video shows my process:
As you can see in the video, I initially load each of the two iAvatar files in CC to show that the first does not have the morph applied while the second does. The video then shows me creating a CC morph slider which creates successfully but when it is applied it has no effect. The video next shows me pushing the character to iC7, launching Morph Creator and then trying to add the morphed iAvatar file as a morph. As you can see, Morph Creator comes back with an error saying that the base and morph files are identical and thus a morph slider is not created. It seems that the iAvatar file have data for the clothing morphs but they don't seem to process it when creating CC Morph Sliders or iC7 Morph Animations.
It should be noted that when creating a CC Morph Slider there is a category options for Body, Head, Eyes and Teeth but no Cloth. I am not sure if this is just a grouping category indicating where to add the slider or if this is related to the mesh that is used for the morph.
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