Tagged 'bip'

Bip2root

0 votes

Copies horizontal position of the biped onto the root object and links the biped to the root.

Two useful uses for this script:

  1. Use it to create a root for your biped (using the Static Root option) - so you can place your biped with animation anywhere in the scene without adding extra keyframes. Simply move the root instead of the biped itself.
  2. Some game engines require a moving root to calculate biped's position in the game environment space. With a moving root the biped itself actually stays in place and only the root moves.

Bones from biped

2 votes

Very flexible and fast script to generate a bone based skeleton over the 3ds max's biped. This script creates an entire rig from Bip character. If you don't have time to create all roll bones, and repeat all the same on the mirrored side, just create Bip and set up it's proportions, run the script and magically you will have a brand new rig.

To start, just create biped, custom it in figure mode to match your character. When done, create a new empty layer, select any bip element, and click on script button. Bones will be created automatically on biped structure.

Load Multiple Bips

0 votes

I created this script to speed up my daily work with crowd animation. If you have a lot of character studios rigged bipeds and need to load the same animation (walk loops, conversation...) on all of then, so this script might help you.

It's a .mzp file that you can just drag and drop into 3ds Max or run through the MAXscript menu. After that you will find the script at: Customize > Customize User Interface > Toolbars tab > Category: MMScripts > Load Multiples Bips".

To use the script you just need to:

Character on biped

1 vote

Very flexible and fast script to generate a bone based skeleton over the 3ds max's biped. Useful for exportation into game engines like Unity or UDK
If you need bones rig, but want to use biped layers and motion captures in 3dsmax, this script is for you!

To start, just create biped, custom it in figure mode to match your character. When done, create a new empty layer, select any bip element, and click on script button. Bones will be created automatically on biped structure.

Features:
- Bones names are Unity3d Engine ready

AndyE Tools v1.0

36 votes

Lock COM Bip

14 votes

This script is actived to the 'lock COM keying' toggle, including Horizontal, Vertical and Rotation tracks at once in the selection track of the Biped root objects.


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