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Single animation for multiple characters

Hi,there.

I wanted to ask 2 questions concerning this issue

  1. I recorded motion capture data for a fight scene that i plan to use in sequencer for a cut scene. It is a singular file but contains 2 character models animating with each other cinematically and physically in a fight. I wish to import the animation for the 2 separate character models i have in UE4 but i am not sure if the importation process will be the same for that of a singular character or if it is different?

  2. If mocaping a singular animation with multiple actors that physically interact with each other such as a fight, hugging,dancing, carrying each other,stealth kill, etc, can you work on both through the pipeline or is it better to do them separately

Product Version: UE 4.22
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asked May 14 '19 at 03:52 PM in Using UE4

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