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First to Plask MOTION?
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First to Plask MOTION?
3D models must meet the following requirements to be used in Plask:
Plask motion capture is extracted based on 24 source bones.
You can setup more bones in in your character, but only 24 bones will be handled for retargeting animation. If extra bones are not related with the applied animation, you can add how many more bones you want.(ex extra finger bones, bones for accessories)
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Currently, Plask recognizes 24 objects/joints and extracts motion from them. However, full finger motion extraction is not yet supported. Plask currently extracts up to the hand and index finger. Although, do note that you can still animate other fingers manually by dragging the white joints after extracting your motion.
There are two ways you can use video to extract motion: you can record video on your own device or you can record motion directly from Plask’s platform.
These instructions will help you import videos into Plask that you have recorded on your own device.
To import your mp4 or webm, follow these steps:
To upload your video, you must first add it to Plask’s library.
Click the toggle at the top to change the Editing mode to MoCap mode.
You can simply drag and drop a video file at the bottom or click Browse file button to load a video.
When your file is correctly loaded, you will see your icon automatically switch from animation mode to video mode.
Your next animation begins with our easy motion capture
Plask helps you create professional-quality animation with ease. However, there are a few best practices to follow when it comes to capturing motion with your video.
To ensure the best animation possible, it all starts with quality in your motion capture. To get the best capture, follow these guidelines:
Following these simple guidelines will ensure you have the best motion capture to create the desired animation effect.
For the Multi-person Feature: In addition to the general guidelines provided earlier, please consider the following specific points: