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This topic contains 2 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  stevec_havok 12 years, 4 months ago.

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  • #4376

    RonanHayes
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    Just to give a heads up Natural Motion have released a Learning Edition with no limitations other than exporting. Looking at the videos it looks pretty amazing, and would seem to be ideal for games, movies and pet projects (If you can afford it).

    http://www.naturalmotion.com/

    http://www.naturalmotion.com/pages/demos.htm

    http://www.naturalmotion.com/pages/le.htm

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    jediboy
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    “A Friend” of mine has Endorphin 2.0, and from what “he” can gather, its a streamlined version of Kaydara.

    Am I…sorry….Is HE wrong?

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    stevec_havok
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    “A Friend” of mine has Endorphin 2.0, and from what “he” can gather, its a streamlined version of Kaydara.

    Am I…sorry….Is HE wrong?[/quote:271235cde5]

    Yes, very.

    Motionbuilder (from Alias now of course) is a motion processing pipeline with full animation capability and very strong mocap production tools. Endorphine is an off-line motion generation tool, which can also import mo-cap but not process it. It has a library of behaviors that are essentially AIs to implement specific procedural motions (like falling, blocking, protecting etc.) that are synthesised automatically and can be considered an alternative to motion capture in certain circumstances.

    Steve

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