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blink0k
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Posted: 15th Jun 2019 05:32
Clearly not for commercial use but if you're knocking out a prototype or want to get something up and running quickly it's a fantastic resource.
They have heaps of animations
I've tested a couple of models/animations, downloaded the .fbx and it works fine.
One thing is they are VERY VERY large models. (So they should be ok to work with physics)

https://www.mixamo.com/



If anyone has any insight as to what might be possible cons please comment
Thanks

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fubarpk
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Posted: 15th Jun 2019 13:07 Edited at: 15th Jun 2019 15:39
Been playing with the Mixamo site very easy to use just wish appending animations was possible
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Posted: 15th Jun 2019 23:04 Edited at: 15th Jun 2019 23:23
Maybe this might do the trick

Your zombie dude. Some mesh issues but not bad for a first try

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Posted: 30th Jun 2019 09:37
Adding maximo animations together is super easy to do in blender. and they export perfectly to .x format run flawlessly in agk
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fubarpk
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Posted: 30th Jun 2019 10:41 Edited at: 30th Jun 2019 19:33
@blink the zombie dude looks amazing to me

Quote: "Adding maximo animations together is super easy to do in blender"

Il have to learn how the mixamo site is great just no appending the animations there
but that may be where they want money
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Posted: 30th Jun 2019 23:15
Maybe smerf could give us a short tutorial on how to append animations in blender
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Posted: 1st Jul 2019 05:51 Edited at: 1st Jul 2019 05:51
Theres a few good tutorials out there it seems a tiny bit confusing at first but after a few animations it becomes a sinch. Import animation go to action editor set animation to mesh then put it in the correct position using the dope sheet. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7Gj9w70bPA&t=277sHave succesfully combined 8 animations into a smooth walk cycle in agk. the programming was much harder then then combining the model. i have an attached arissa model with animations ive combined
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Posted: 14th Aug 2019 21:04
Ive broke down the steps ive used to create a combined animation below in blender

1>open blender and import your first animation
2>open a second window showing dopesheet
3>change dopesheet to action editor
4>in the action editor name the first animation something better than mixamo does
5>import your next animation
6>rename the animation to something useful
7>now you can delete the object for the second animation it wont delete the animation
8>repeat steps 5 to 7 until all animations are loaded
9>change the dope sheet to the nla editor
10>in the nla editor i click the down arrow so it shows like a button of the animation
11>with your first animation in the nla editor chose your pathline positions and add action script and select your second animation
12>repeat steps 10 to 11 for all of your animations
13>export your animation as FBX
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Posted: 15th Aug 2019 14:31
Why not for commercial use? Does anyone know the licence details for these animations? I'm sure I read somewhere they can be used for any purpose commercial or otherwise.
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Posted: 15th Aug 2019 17:03
According to the Adobe site, you can use the animations embedded with your creations in-game royalty free. No need to give them credit. The only thing you can't do is distribute the animation in it's raw form in any way, free or for sale.
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Posted: 19th Aug 2019 01:31
This is awesome!
Thanks so much for sharing!

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