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Re: Who wants to learn SFM?

Postby Vino » Thu Feb 07, 2013 11:01 am

Antag your official role is now Head Cheerleader :3
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Re: Who wants to learn SFM?

Postby Dementei » Thu Feb 07, 2013 3:15 pm

Usually that's my job.. thanks Antag.. :roll:
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Re: Who wants to learn SFM?

Postby Vino » Sun Feb 10, 2013 7:41 pm

Figured out how to blend animations together. It's not pretty but it'll work for our purposes for now.

1) Select the bones that you want to blend in the animation set outliner on the left. If the animation is a firing animation, for example, select the arms. Usually you'll select the whole body I suppose.
2) Go to the motion editor and select the an area of time that the animation will be overlaid into. You can use the scroll wheel while selecting to make the animation blend in and out.
3) Right click on your selected bones and choose import sequence, choose your sequence. It should only overwrite the section of the timeline that you have selected.

Here's what I stubbed out this afternoon after a bit of effort:



A few more tips:

* Ctrl-shift-alt drag will scale stuff, useful for slow motion.
* If you import an animation in a scaled clip, it'll import it at regular speed, not slowed. You need to return the clip to normal scale/speed, import the animation, then slow it again.
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