#4 CalCoreAnimation features

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2003-02-19
2001-10-14
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Dear Beosil,

can you please include members in CalCoreAnimation
which give more informations about each instance.
- When using Cal3d in none real-time enviroments, it
is necessary to get the frame range (or number of
frames) for which the respective animation is defined.
E.g. I would like to know that the hero_idle.caf
animation is 20 frames long.
- It would be nice (but not that crucial) to be able
to store names for animations within the caf files and
to have members in CoreAnimation for setting/ getting
this name.

Thanks in advance!

Stephan

Discussion

  • Anonymous - 2001-10-15
    • assigned_to: nobody --> beosil
     
  • Justin Hare

    Justin Hare - 2003-02-19

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    I don't believe this can work. Animation file (caf) formats
    have a number of time-based keyframes, each of which may
    have different length of time between its neighbors.

    So there is not necessarily any correlation between the
    animation keyframes and the frames that you could see in 3D
    Studio MAX.

     
  • Justin Hare

    Justin Hare - 2003-02-19
    • labels: 328645 --> cal3d - The Cally Demo
    • assigned_to: beosil --> jahare
     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    I have done this for coremesh ,corematerial ,coreanimation.
    both in exporter and rendering demo.

    my email:
    dawuren@163.net

     

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