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    The Mixamo Auto-Rigger

    "Mixamo would like to announce that The Auto-Rigger is now free for any mesh under 10,000 triangles."

    This is an amazing free option that can be beneficial to 3D Artists beginner and advanced.


    Check it out here: http://www.mixamo.com/c/auto-rigger

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    Thanks. It looks good.
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    Q - How many polys?
    A - All of them!

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    Did you try Modo or Lightwave? I see 3DS Max.
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    i tried it with LW last night ...hmm a little long winded comparable to other apps but it works , cant blame Mixamo its does what it says on the tin.

    the instructions are a little off canter on the site in short you load item from scene *Fbx* the import the bvh data then copy the motion files over ..pretty simple but not exactly streamed line , for example Unity its drop and drag "works"
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    Quote Originally Posted by OnlineRender View Post
    i tried it with LW last night ...hmm a little long winded comparable to other apps but it works , cant blame Mixamo its does what it says on the tin.

    the instructions are a little off canter on the site in short you load item from scene *Fbx* the import the bvh data then copy the motion files over ..pretty simple but not exactly streamed line , for example Unity its drop and drag "works"

    do a video tutorial for lightwave...and i'll do one for other apps
    stee+cat
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    Q - How many polys?
    A - All of them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cresshead View Post
    do a video tutorial for lightwave...and i'll do one for other apps
    *Glaswegian*

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