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Assigning footsteps to second biped...
show user profile  Yelmer
So my question has been read about 30 times with no replies, so I will try to rephrase it. I really need the help :)

I got two bipeds in a scene. I can put down footsteps for Biped1 and then convert that and alter the posing etc.

Now i want to do the same for biped2 - But i already converted Biped1's footsteps into keyframes. I am able to drop footsteps for biped2, but NOT convert them (the button is greyed out). What am i doing wrong? Do i need to work in a different layer (in case please point me to what i need to look for). Is it impossible to apply footsteps to a second biped if i already converted biped1's step?

Basically - What is your workflow for working with footsteps with two bipeds. Do you plan everything on both at first, or are you able to do one biped at a time? Lets say i make a scene with two bipeds but later find out i want to add a third. Can i NEVER use the place footstep chronology way of making it walk then?

Help much appreciated :)
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2/25/2012 1:17:31 AM (last edit: 2/26/2012 9:42:05 PM)
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