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Issue 3: How to animate using bone

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if it is a G2 Character use the 3D Motion key editer 

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Otherwise? If it is G1, G2+ or G3 then?
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Seems  you  need still  some basic programm  infos .



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Thanks I'll check it out
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One more thing... I am not able to change poses of G2 character in the composer. Each time I try to rotate, it comes back to original position. Why?
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hi_022884 (1/4/2019)
One more thing... I am not able to change poses of G2 character in the composer. Each time I try to rotate, it comes back to original position. Why?
https://www.dropbox.com/s/c5gh9k4yeyap4s8/Issue%203.1.mp4?dl=0


Composer Mode is for the creation and setting up of your characters. It's not for posing or animating them. You should do the posing and animating in Stage mode. Just select your G2 character in Stage mode and click the 3D Motion Key Editor (M) from the left side toolbar. Then you can pose your character and rotate as you wish.


                                                                

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My suggestion rereading the tread, because this is a spinning in a circle . you ask always the same question and get the same answers.

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hi_022884 (1/4/2019)
One more thing... I am not able to change poses of G2 character in the composer. Each time I try to rotate, it comes back to original position. Why?

Composer Mode is only for creating/changing/modifying a characters base body parts. It has NOTHING to do with Stage Mode or the position/transformation/animation of the character on the stage.

Consider Composer Mode as a separate program that you send your character to for editing of the body parts, There is No Animation in Composer Mode.
When exiting Composer Mode your character is sent back to Stage Mode where you would animate it.

ALL animation/posing/rotation/transformation/etc. is done in Stage Mode.


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