Check out 4Toon Studio's Featured Developer page here: http://www.reallusion.com/contentstore/FeaturedDeveloper/4toonStudio Find out more about iClone 6 here: http://www.reallusion.com/iclone/default.html Learn and discuss iClone in the forums: http://forum.reallusion.com/Default.aspx Watch more iClone 6 Tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLNV5zSFadPdlVwer9zldv8IxtAUhm-MQh There are a number of benefits to converting your iProps to iAvatars, including the ability to save motions separately, scale and transform individual bones, and more! This tutorial uses a cool dinosaur model from Reallusion Featured Developer 4Toon Studio to demonstrate the conversion procedure and the numerous additional benefits of having iAvatar dinosaurs! 0:30 Creating & Saving Custom Motions 6:13 Converting iProps to iAvatars 10:30 Customizing iAvatars 14:14 Assigning Physics Properties FOLLOW US! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ReallusionSoftware/ Forum: http://forum.reallusion.com/default.aspx Blog: http://blog.reallusion.com/ ONLINE HELP http://manual.reallusion.com/iClone_6/ENU/Pro_6.0/default.html
iCLoNesia: Its not iprop to iavatar
mikemaker the retro gamer 64: what sofware are you using and is it free
Dwayne Conyers: I bring in a lot of anthropomorphic figures from DAZ and can never get them to animate...
Kross_17: Can you use Google Sketchup Models and animate them like this.
wishy washy: can i say that this is a bit misleading...this is an fbx with embedded animations and bone structure and not an iprop in its proper state, so i think and its only an opinion that most folks will think its do-able with an iprop without bones.. very misleading indeed, there are many fbx models out there with embedded animations from say C4D etc...the videos good just a wee bit misleading.. but its only an opinion so dont go off the deep end with me