I am creating an asset bundle on the fly by importing assets from a given folder. One of the assets is an fbx file, which contains an animation clip. SetAnimationType function to do this. All works great! I try to save using EditorApplication. SaveAssets etc. What am I doing wrong. Here's a code snippet:.
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Ask a question. Hi, I am creating an asset bundle on the fly by importing assets from a given folder. Contains ". Human; EditorUtility. SetDirty importer ; EditorApplication. So pick it out using that match. SetAnimationType UnityEngine. AnimationClip animClip. SetDirty animClip ; EditorApplication. SaveAssets ; AssetDatabase. Add comment. Your answer. Hint: You can notify a user about this post by typing username. Welcome to Unity Answers The best place to ask and answer questions about development with Unity.
If you are a moderator, see our Moderator Guidelines page. We are making improvements to UA, see the list of changes. Follow this Question. Answers Answers and Comments 20 People are following this question. Related Questions.Mecanim Humanoid Rig and Muscle Space are an alternative solution to the standard skeleton node hierarchies and geometric transforms to represent humanoid body and animations.
The Humanoid Rig is a description on top of a skeleton node hierarchy. It identifies a set of human bones and creates a Muscle Referential for each of those.
A Muscle Referential is essentially a pre and post rotation with a range and a sign for each axis. A Muscle is a normalized value [-1,1] that moves a bone for one axis between range [min,max]. Note that the Muscle normalized value can go below or over [-1,1] to overshoot the range.
The range is not a hard limit, instead it defines the normal motion span for a Muscle. A specific Humanoid Rig can augment or reduce the range of a Muscle Referential to augment or reduce its motion span. It is a Normalized Humanoid pose. For example, the Elbow does not have a muscle for its Y axis, as it only stretches in and out Z-Axis and roll in and out X-Axis.
In the end, the Muscle Space is composed of at most 47 Muscle values that completely describe a Humanoid body pose. One beautiful thing about Muscle Space, is that it is completely abstracted from its original or any skeleton rig. It can be directly applied to any Humanoid Rig and it always create a believable pose. Another beautiful thing is how well Muscle Space interpolates. Compare to standard skeleton pose, Muscle Space will always interpolate naturally between animation key frames, during state machine transition or when mixed in a blend tree.
Computation-wise it also performs as the Muscle Space can be treated as a vector of a scalar that you can linearly interpolate as opposed to quaternions or Euler angles.
Every new skeleton rig built for a humanoid character or any animation captured will be an approximation of the human body and human motion. No matter how many bones or how good your MOCAP hardware is, the result will be an approximation of the real thing. Riggers, game companies, schools or software firms will propose their own version of what they thinks best represent the human body and motion and what will best fit their production needs.
We had to find a compromise between fast runtime and animation quality or openness and standard definition. This is a tough one. Why 2, not 3? Lets discard the latest, it is not about biomedical research. Note that you can always use a Generic Rig if you absolutely need this level of precision. One spine bone is clearly under defined.
Adding a second one brings you most of the way. A third or even a forth one will only give a small contribution to the final human pose. Why is this? When looking at how a human spine bends, you will notice that the part of spine that is on the rib cage is almost rigid. What remains, is a main flexion point at the base of the spine and one other at the base of the rib cage.So I have a bunch of animations for a character that I need to be a humanoid to use IK. The rig is a pretty standard except there is an extra bone for the gun he carries.
All the animations look fine in Blender, but when I import them to Unity things screw up. Everything animates fine except the gun bone. Also, when I switch my character back to generic animation, everything looks as it should. Humanoid is required for built in IK - however there are several alternate options to use a simpler generic rig with IK solutions from the asset store. Might consider that as an alternate approach if a cumbersome solution is the only option for dealing with humanoid.
Yeah bud - research avatar masking. This will allow you to keep humanoid rig but mask the bones that are not humanoid. I've only used this in a test environment - not full on production - however it worked when I finally got the setup correct.
Although I did not have an animated 'extra' bone. I'm having this same exact problem and it's incredibly frustrating. Have you found a solution gtaharaedmonds? I've done that, but it still doesn't work. My dude's gun is still weirdly offset.
How to Import Mixamo Animations in Unity
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If that sounds like you, read on to find out when is it a good idea to use it and how to get the most out of it! With Animation C Jobs, you can write C code that will be invoked at user-defined places in the PlayableGraph, and thanks to the C Job System, the users can harness the power of modern multicore hardware. For projects which see a significant cost in C scripts on the main thread, some of the animation tasks can be parallelized.
This unlocks valuable performance gains. The user made C scripts can modify the animation stream that flows through the PlayableGraph. The API might change a bit over time, depending on your feedback. Please join the discussion on our Animation Forum!
So, say, you want to have a foot-locking feature for your brand new dragon character. You could code that with a regular MonoBehaviour, but all the code would be run in the main thread, and not until the animation pass is over.
With the Animation C Jobs, you can write your algorithm and use it directly in a custom Playable node in your PlayableGraph, and the code will run during PlayableGraph processing, in a separate thread. Another great example would be making your own animation mixer. To install it you can either git clone it or download the latest release. The LookAt is a very simple example that orients a bone also called a joint toward an effector.
In the example below, you can see how it works on a quadruped from our 3D Game Kit package. The character in this demo is made with a generic humanoid avatar. The FullbodyIK example shows how to modify values in a humanoid avatar e. This example, in particular, uses the human implementation of the animation stream.
The Damping example implements a damping algorithm that can be applied to an animal tail or a human ponytail.
It illustrates how to generate a procedural animation. It takes two input streams e. The WeigthedMaskMixer example is a bit more advanced animation mixer. It takes two input streams and mixes them together based on a weight mask that defines how to blend each and every joint. For example, you can play a classic idle animation and take just the animation of the arms from another animation clip.
Or you can smooth the blend of an upper-body animation by applying successively higher weights on the spine bones.Discussion in ' Animation ' started by shopguyJan 16, Search Unity. Log in Create a Unity ID.
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Is it possible to create humanoid animations in editor? Joined: Jan 12, Posts: If I import my human models as Generic types I'm able to create animations in the Animation view by rotating bones, and all is happy in the world. If I try to do the same on a Humanoid type, it doesn't work. The model doesn't move and just reverts to some weird pose, the pose you see when you go in the mussel configuration area.
Probably just a limitation of the built-in animation editor, but wanted to check before I change my workflow to use Blender for animations, or purchase a plug-in to add this functionality to Unity.
Is it possible to create humanoid animations in editor?
Joined: Nov 26, Posts: 1, You cannot keyframe a humanoid rig in Unity. It's disabled by design because our keyframing workflow is not powerful enough for humanoid rig.
You should use an authoring tools like blender, max or maya to keyframe your character, they have better workflow and their tools are made to create asset. Mecanim-DevJan 20, Joined: Jul 5, Posts: Thanks for both replies. I did actually look at Skele shortly after I asked this question. Nice to have someone from Unity confirm though, since 3rd party docs might be talking about older versions or who knows.On this posts I will describe some problems and solutions I found importing Mixamo Animations and other origins into Unity.
For this tutorial things will be pretty simple. First of all create a new 3d Project in Unity an inside the Assets folder create two new folders. If you will use Mixamo animations, log into your account or register first if you have none, remember it is free.
Download a simple animation including the model and any Pack. When you download a Pack, a model will be included with the pack. You should drag into your Models folder the model you want to use for this testing and be sure it is configured as Humanoid.
If you downloaded the animation without a model, you will probably found problems with the Avatar Rig. For this reason it is convenient to verify the avatar configuration. Unzip the animation file and drag it into the animations folder. I use to keep the folder name for easy reference. If you select an animation file you will see on the inspector a generic model based on the avatar included in the animation file.
It worked! You saved my day, thank you very much! Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and site URL in my browser for next time I post a comment. Importing Animations in Unity On this posts I will describe some problems and solutions I found importing Mixamo Animations and other origins into Unity. Setting the environment For this tutorial things will be pretty simple. The Animations folder will store animations files.
The Models folder will store any generic humanoid model to test the animations. Mixamo Animations If you will use Mixamo animations, log into your account or register first if you have none, remember it is free. Also remember to export the animations in the correct format selecting the FBX For Unity option: Importing your model into Unity You should drag into your Models folder the model you want to use for this testing and be sure it is configured as Humanoid.
Any Humanoid rigged model will work. Importing Animations into Unity Processing single Files This is simply dragging the animations into your Assets folder created before Animations. All the animations are.
FBX files. Malformed Avatars If you downloaded the animation without a model, you will probably found problems with the Avatar Rig. To do this Click the configure option to access the Avatar configuration: You can see that hands, legs a and feet are not properly aligned Try to download the animation with a model or use the avatar found inside a Pack.
You can follow the steps described later on the animations packs section to change the avatar.