In case you missed it, we recently added Unreal Engine 4 support to our AI motion capture service Animate 3D and have include it in our tutorial series on YouTube. In addition to the full UE4 walkthrough tutorial, our team has put together the bone mapping files for easy import
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Get ready for the next big jump for Animate 3D with the V2.5 update. There’s a lot packed into this one, including new subscription plans, a fully customizable avatar generator from our partners at Wolf3D, and much more!
- Custom 3D Avatars: We have worked with our
The Animate 3D version 2.0 is here! This major update brings you the highly requested Custom Character feature, continued quality improvements and more! See what’s new:
- Custom 3D Characters: Upon creating a new animation, you will now be presented with the option to upload your own custom 3D
Say hello to a revolutionary solution for digitizing human motion. Animate 3D transforms your 2D videos into 3D animations, for use in games, augmented/virtual reality, or other applications. This cloud-based service brings motion capture to everyone, eliminating the need for expensive suits and hardware typically needed for full-body capture.
The lion’s share of character animation expenses are difficult for end-users to apprehend; keyframe animating, mocap filming, prototyping, and adding non-repetitive, lifelike touches are all pricey and time-consuming processes. Most 3D characters in games and films represent thousands of dollars in time, talent, and tools. (For indie developers and