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 Post subject: SI Technology Previews
PostPosted: 27 Feb 2012, 23:50 
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Bellsey just posted a Softimage Animation Technology Preview on his blog.
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 Post subject: Re: SI Animation Technology Preview
PostPosted: 28 Feb 2012, 00:35 
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cool..but aint this also maya 2013 feature?

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 Post subject: Re: SI Animation Technology Preview
PostPosted: 28 Feb 2012, 01:11 
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who said anything about Maya, 2013 and/or features?

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 Post subject: Re: SI Animation Technology Preview
PostPosted: 28 Feb 2012, 02:16 
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 Post subject: Re: SI Animation Technology Preview
PostPosted: 28 Feb 2012, 03:51 
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Snooze.... :-$ ...wake me when 2013 gets here.


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 Post subject: Re: SI Animation Technology Preview
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What's the difference between this and scaling via region tool?

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 Post subject: Re: SI Animation Technology Preview
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 Post subject: Re: SI Animation Technology Preview
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It appears you can lay down multiple (as many as you want maybe?) handles and proportionally scale between each of them instead of just an overall area.

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 Post subject: Re: SI Animation Technology Preview
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EricTRocks wrote:
It appears you can lay down multiple (as many as you want maybe?)

I wanna hear what animators think about that feature (as for me it's useless because you manually scale one area at once either way)
EricTRocks wrote:
handles and proportionally scale between each of them instead of just an overall area.

Yea, what region scale do as well

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 Post subject: Re: SI Animation Technology Preview
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iamVFX wrote:
I wanna hear what animators think about that feature (as for me it's useless because you manually scale one area at once either way


Character Animators I've shown seem pretty excited about it.

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Yea, what region scale do as well

That's incorrect. As the region scale only allows you to scale 1 region, the new tool shows you can scale between multiple regions instead of having to select a region & scale, select a region & scale, select a region & scale, etc....

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