I have a few questions regarding some of UMotions features in comparison to animating in external software.
1)Is using Umotion to create animations from scratch a good idea? What is the purpose of Umotion besides cutting out the process of exporting the animation from an animation software into the game and then testing it there?
2)Is Umotion mainly used to tweak animations rather than create them? The issue I feel is that by importing the animations from another software you are losing all the IK and modifiers from it, therefore the tweaks must not be drastic.
Some issues I'm having and wondering how I can speed up this process.Is it possible to somehow test the animations at runtime? I have certain VFX and sounds which occur when the animation is triggered as well as physics for hair and clothes. Is there some way to simulate that during editing?
The last question I have is if the previous request isn't possible. How would I be able to quickly resume to editing after testing the animation at runtime? Having to create, export the animation under the same name, test it during runtime, and then having to drag the root object into the pose editor can someones get very tedious. I was wondering if there is any way to cut out some of these steps.
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