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Export dialog & motion from iClone to Unity

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Hi,

I try to export dialog from iClone 7 to Unity and I can't find any tutorial that is explaining the flow.
From what I understand I should export the character via CC3.
Save motions and VISME from iClone to rlmotions files.
Then export the motions as FBX via CC3, importing the motion files in CC3.
It looks quite complicated, there is any tutorial that explains the dialog export flow, or at least what is the flow.
I watched the tutorial for unreal, unreal has direct link so this does not answer my question.

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For Unity specific tutorials, please check out numbers 24, 25, 26, 27 and 37 from the playlist below. Hopefully these will help a little.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLNV5zSFadPdmyOVE2c3RrOqLZS-KfiEZK

                                                                

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Thank you Peter.



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