New advancement made in character animation software
on Friday,July 02,2010 20:07
MysticGD is a producer of character animation software for popular video game software companies such as EA, Ubisoft, Sony Online Entertainment and Smile Gate. The software creators are currently working on a new product, that has more features than previous versions of their software.
MysticGD recently announced the launch of a new product named EMotion FX Extended, which is a full character animation and general model export solution. The biggest new feature on this version of EMotion is the addition of a parameter driven hierarchical blend tree and state machine editor with support for live testing using the game controller.
The software is being released in a beta version and MysticGD welcomes animators and companies to test the product and contact the product team with feedback.
"We are glad to finally announce the beta of EMotion FX Extended. We have put a lot of work into this new product and believe it offers an intuitive, robust and even addictive character blending authoring experience." said John van der Burg, development director of MysticGD.
EMotion FX Extended was designed to improve animation quality and fix issues with motion compression, morphing, mirroring, skinning, retargeting, geometry export, Inverse Kinematics, jiggle physics, lipsync and parameter driven complex animation blending and transitioning. The software works on computer consoles and phones.
The company encourages animators who are interested in visual blend tree editing tools to test out the new product.
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