Picture having the ability to drag and drop a cartoon file made by the motion capture studio supporting Star Wars: The Last Jedi right into your Maya endeavor. Well, that’s potential …
At GDC 2019, we announced that we partnered with Rokoko, the company behind the world’s marketplace of movement assets to come up with a plugin only . And, in under a year, rsquo & we;t just that! Maya 2020.1 adds a native plugin to your Motion Library, which makes it easier for you to access high-quality motion capture data — right in Maya.
To sweeten the deal, Eric Jacobus (that you may recognize from a little game known as God of War — he had been the stuntman for Kratos) teamed up with Rokoko to make 50 free assets exclusively for you, our Maya clients! Today, you can get each of these in the Motion Library.
What is your Motion Library?
The Motion Library was launched as a native part of the Unity game engine and has grown rapidly to become the world’s market for motion assets.
These partners use professional actors (such as Eric Jacobus!) And motion capture systems to produce.
It’s easy to get started with the plugin. All of Motion Library animations take advantage of Human IK, making installation in Maya easy. You may drag and drop down the FBX file to your character into the Motion Library cartoon preview window to learn the way your character appears animated. After making your order, the cartoon will import and download directly into your project, in just a couple of clicks! For a more detailed run-down of getting started using the Motion Library plugin, read our how-to manual .
Read this how-to guide to get up and running with Motion Library assets .
Have a peek at how much we’ve come because Maya 2016.