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Glad that's working for you.

 

What's the picture on the CD you have?

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And what version does Help>About Animation:Master show?

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And what version does Help>About Animation:Master show?

 

12.0d

 

 

I'm sure there's a later version of 12 you can run. Look here.

 

ftp://ftp.hash.com/pub/updates/

 

 

I think it's in the 2005 directory

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Settings to turn OFF "Autobalance" as recommended in the first post of this thread

 

KnightProps.JPG

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I split the 32-bit discussion off to a New User topic as it may be useful to others who have the same situation.

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Refering to Dpendleton77's movie in this post (I don't have the moderator power to move things from that sub forum)

 

http://www.hash.com/forums/index.php?s=&am...st&p=368743

 

First problem, I don't think you set "Balance" down to 0 at the start. I think that made you have to make a lot of extra keyframes to place things.

 

Second, in the directions they want you to have him step forward onto the left foot but you've got him bringing the left foot back down to where the right foot is which is creates a rather odd flailing.

 

Try it one more time. Turn Balance and Balance Rigid to zero before you start and it will be much easier. Pose him like in the pictures and note that when he's got a foot planted on the ground it should be planted on the ground and not going anywhere .

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Refering to Dpendleton77's movie in this post (I don't have the moderator power to move things from that sub forum)

 

http://www.hash.com/forums/index.php?s=&am...st&p=368743

 

First problem, I don't think you set "Balance" down to 0 at the start. I think that made you have to make a lot of extra keyframes to place things.

 

Second, in the directions they want you to have him step forward onto the left foot but you've got him bringing the left foot back down to where the right foot is which is creates a rather odd flailing.

 

Try it one more time. Turn Balance and Balance Rigid to zero before you start and it will be much easier. Pose him like in the pictures and note that when he's got a foot planted on the ground it should be planted on the ground and not going anywhere .

 

I turned off the balance and rigid balance or so I thought lol. I will run through it again. What pictures? Never mind I see it.

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I turned off the balance and rigid balance or so I thought lol. I will run through it again. What pictures? Never mind I see it.

 

I looked at your PRJ that you posted before and only one was set to 0. Do both. B)

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