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3 Dimensional Chat / Animation playback slow

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Cpt Caveman
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Posted: 6th Oct 2002 06:12
I made a model and animated it in milkshape with a motion captured bvh file, by joining the bones and vertexes together. I exported it out as a x file but the gfx are all corrupt(This isnt my main problem) I then loaded the model into DBPro but the playback isnt at full speed, its like its playing in slow advance mode. Any reasons this might happen?? I also loaded it into Deep Exploration and the playback was fine, model still broken though
Kensupen
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Posted: 6th Oct 2002 07:34
Make sure to export using the JT DirectX and set the ANIMATION TIME FACTOR to 1. The higher that number is, the slower the animation takes to complete. Not sure, but I think it's in seconds.

-Kensupen

Cpt Caveman
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Posted: 6th Oct 2002 07:41
Yeah, using the JT exporter works when setting it to 1, it was defaulted at 210. Unfortunately that exporter destroys the model.
Spelljammer
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Posted: 6th Oct 2002 13:01
how does it destroy the model? you mean it pulls the model at the seems when it is animated. In other words, the skin doesn't stretch? If so, let me know. I know the easy solution to that in Milkshape.

Cpt Caveman
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Posted: 6th Oct 2002 13:58
Exactly, the model becomes disjointed
Spelljammer
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Posted: 6th Oct 2002 14:41
well, I was going to explain it but someone on this forum has already done so. Thank you, Kensupen
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Cpt Caveman
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Posted: 6th Oct 2002 15:22
Thanks, I'll give it a go

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