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iClone Pipeline Tutorial - Exporting iClone Motions to Maya (HumanIK)

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Published on Jul 18, 2012

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In the tutorial 'Importing iClone Standard Characters to Maya', you learned how to take a standard iClone character and rig him specifically for use in Maya. In this tutorial, you will learn the next step of how to apply iMotions to your character within Maya as well. Once you have this procedure down, you'll be able to use the entire iClone motion library as well as your own custom-created motions on any of your favorite Maya characters!




In the tutorial 'Importing iClone Standard Characters to Maya', you learned how to take a standard iClone character and rig him specifically for use in Maya. In this tutorial, you will learn the next step of how to apply iMotions to your character within Maya as well. Once you have this procedure down, you'll be able to use the entire iClone motion library as well as your own custom-created motions on any of your favorite Maya characters!

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