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1  Miscellaneous / Article/Tutorial Requests / Re: Morph Animation Tutorial on: November 25, 2008, 10:57:47 am
I konw this thread is from 2005 but I'd like the morph target facial animation tutorial too...

I'm more intrested in the 3DS MAX to CAL3D version, but the blender one will be ok Wink

Thank you!
2  Crystal Space Development / Support / Morph target animation on: November 24, 2008, 10:19:32 pm
Hi everybody! Sorry in advance for my english Wink

I downloaded and compiled crystal space and thanks to the tutorials and the online help I managed to do a skining-like algorithm with skeletal animation.

Now I have problems with the facial animation. I'm trying to do it with morph tagets. But I'm not sure if the models that come with the engine contain morph targets.

I read the documentation on the cal3D mesh object (http://www.crystalspace3d.org/docs/online/manual-1.2/MeshObject-SprCal3D.html#0) and there's written that crystal space supports morph targets but I don't understand the tutorial about morph animations there.

Can you help me to find a model for crystal space that has defined morph targets? Which formats are supported? I tried to export some models with morph targets with the cal3D exporter but 3DS Max crashes.

Can I do morph tager animations in crystal space with other model formats other than cal3d? Which formats and how? I need only a few lines of code to set up a model and animate it's face...

Please help me! And thank you very much in advance!

***EDIT***
I saw another thread (http://www.crystalspace3d.org/forum/index.php/topic,48.0.html) from 2005 in which you say that there'll be a morph animation tutorial...is this tutorial on the way?
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