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Anonymous 08/27/14(Wed)07:03 UTC+1 No.438151 Report

What's /3/'s experience with motionbuilder on animation? I was thinking of trying it, just wanted to check with you guys first.
Anonymous 08/27/14(Wed)07:06 UTC+1 No.438152 Report

Motionbuilder is more for dealing with Mocap data... It's used in conjunction with Maya usually. MB to handle the mocap and then it's transfered to Maya after the cleanup.
Anonymous 08/27/14(Wed)07:12 UTC+1 No.438153 Report
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>>438152I see. I'm...
I see. I'm asking because I saw some people on the /dev/ generals animating character models on it, thought it could be useful in general rigging and animating. Thanks.
Anonymous 08/27/14(Wed)07:30 UTC+1 No.438155 Report

Nah, if you're looking for an app for animation, Maya reigns supreme there, and the rigging tools are much better as well. Motionbuilder is only handy for people who do VFX, since it provides a built-in bipedal and quadrapedal rig for quick match-moving with.
Anonymous 08/27/14(Wed)08:25 UTC+1 No.438159 Report

I feared so. Thanks man, just saved me a fuckton of bandwith.
Anonymous 08/27/14(Wed)13:29 UTC+1 No.438196 Report

I am currently doing animation using motion builder and it is a quite powerful tool for hand made animation as well.
Anonymous 08/28/14(Thu)20:32 UTC+1 No.438417 Report

I use it all the time for hand animating. Its a really great tool.
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