How to remove motion capture data on a biped?

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  10 October 2012
How to remove motion capture data on a biped?


I am trying to remove the motion capture data on a biped that was assigned through the Motion Capture rollout.

For some reason some animations dont work when you assign a bip file to the biped through the Motion Capture rollout, but the same file works perfectly when when you load it through the mixer mode of the biped rollout.

I have been mixing and customizing some clips according to my preferences, but this mystery error has put me on hold.

Did anybody have these kind of issues before? Please help.

Thanks all.
  10 October 2012
The basic biped loader is the best tool to load bip animations. I don't think you want to be using the motion capture rollout to load bip files. ... Do you mean bip files or bvh files?

If your mixing animations the the motion mixer is the best tool. If you adding one animation on the end of another then use the motion flow tool.

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  10 October 2012
Thanks Kenzor for the response.

The advantage for using the motion capture rollout is that, it has the key reduction feature which makes it very easy for refining the animation, whereas the motion mixer clips when computed and copied to the biped creates keyframe for every single frame and makes it really hectic for smoothing.
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  10 October 2012
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