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Old 02-22-2013, 06:48 AM   #1
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Confused: Point/Orient Constrain in Maya

Hi, i see they are the same ... so why should we just use Point or Orient Constrain only ? Can anyone explain this to me ?
 
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point constrain constrains objects transformation while orient constrain constrains objects orientation. If you still feel cofusing go through maya's documentation. There is a good illustration.
 
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So that why i am asking it here
 
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I realize that But I think you'll find that if you actually try them both out rather than just look at the interfaces that they do different things.
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