Scene blend settings

(Updated 05/13/2021)

 

Scene blending allows multiple scenes to be blended together for playback.
For example, “facial expressions” and “body movements” can be divided into different scenes and combined for playback.

Also, by using the cmo3/can3 linkage settings, you can check whether can3 scenes can be used on multiple models, for example, when changing clothes.
Scenes created with other models can be replayed with the values applied, provided the IDs of the parameters are the same.

This page describes the [Scene Blend] setting items in the [Physics and Scene Blend Settings] dialog.
See “How to Set Scene Blending” for details on scene blending settings and playback.
Scene blending can be set from the [Modeling] menu -> [Open Physics/Scene Blending Settings].

* The [Physics & Scene Blending Settings] also includes a tab for [Physics] settings.
Make sure the [Scene Blending] tab is selected.

 

Screen Structure of Scene Blend Settings

Number Item Detail
(1) Main menu

This is a menu item in the [PHYSICS/SCENE BLEND SETTINGS] dialog box.
See Physics and Scene Blending Settings for details.

(2) Playback bar
View area
Playback of playlists set in scene blending, fades during scene transitions, and FPS settings can be made.
See Physics and Scene Blending Settings for details.
(3) Scene List Lists scenes created in the Animation Workspace and scene groups added in the Scene Groups.
(4) Playlist Create playlists of scenes and groups of scenes.
They are played back in order from the top.
(5) Scene group

Set the [Scene Group] settings to play multiple scenes simultaneously while blending them.

 

Scene List

Number Item Detail
(1) Display only scenes that include the model you are reviewing If checked, only scenes that contain the model data currently displayed in the view area will be displayed.
(2) Add Add the selected scene to a playlist or scene group.
If a playlist or scene group has not yet been created, it cannot be added.
(3) Scene Scenes in can3 loaded in [cmo3/can3 linkage settings] will be displayed.
If a scene has a tag set, the name will appear in the list with the tag
.
(4) Scene group [Scene Groups] are indicated in blue.

 

Playlist

Number Item Detail
(1)

Playlist List

Combo Boxes:
The created playlist will be displayed.

Add:
Add a new playlist.

Reproductions:
Duplicates the currently selected playlist.

Name Change:
Changes the name of the currently selected playlist.

Delete:
You can delete the currently selected playlist.

(2) Playlist Editing

↑ Up / ↓ Down:
Changes the order of the selected scenes.

Delete:
Deletes the selected scene.

(3) Scene List A list of scenes added to the playlist is displayed.

 

Scene group

You can set the type and weight for each scene.
Scenes registered in a scene group can be set to overwrite and add, respectively, from the top.

Value of scene A (parameters of model A) x weight
Value of scene B (parameter of model A) x Weight

 

Number Item Detail
(1) Scene Group List Combo Boxes:
The created scene group will be displayed.

Add:
Add a new scene group.

Reproductions:
Duplicates the currently selected scene group.

Name Change:
Renames the currently selected scene group.

Delete:
Deletes the selected scene group.

(2) Scene Group Editing

↑ Up / ↓ Down:
Changes the order of the selected scenes.

Delete:
Deletes the selected scene.

(3) Scene List

Scene name:
A list of scenes added to the scene group is displayed.

Type: Overwrite
Overwrites the results calculated from the scene and weights as values for the current model's parameters.
Overrides the results calculated from the scene and weights for the parameters of the model at the start of playback.

Type: Additive
Blends the results computed from the scene and weights with the values of the current model parameters.
Blends the parameters of the model at the start of playback with the results calculated from the scene and weights.

Weight:
The degree of influence can be set from 0 to 100.

 

Location of configuration data

Cursor tracking settings are stored in cmo3 as model information.
Playlist scene groups are saved to can3.

 

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