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Old 06 June 2005   #1
Question Morphs?

Well i tried Silo and like it very much. Great work Nevercenter. Unfortunatly my work is mostly morph tweaking, and Silo does not have yet any Morphs support or Deformers.
Am i right? Maybe i missed something? Is it on the feature list?

Please answer me Nevercenter It would be great to have some undestructable morphs.
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Old 06 June 2005   #2
I just tested this.

What I did was I created a 9 face flat plane in Rhino, exported it to OBJ, imported it into poser, then re-exported it to OBJ.

Brought it into Silo, moved the middle vertex, exported it to OBJ

Loaded the Silo mesh as morph target, it worked perfectly.

I haven't tried it on a high density mesh because I only have the LE version... I may buy the darn modeller within the hour...

It's 4:51 now... Hmm... I'll tell you how long it takes me to open my wallet...
 
Old 06 June 2005   #3
no morph support.
u'd have to model the morph target (soft selection comes in handy), and do the tests or whatever in the package u will use for animation.
u can model targets obviously.
check out the silo official forum for more info.
 
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