Motion Flow mode lets you combine .bip files to create longer character animations. The .bip files, or clips, are joined using velocity-interpolated or minimum foot sliding transitions for a seamless transition between the source and destination clip.
In this tutorial, you'll do the following:
Combine two motion capture .bip files and unify the result.
Create a Shared Motion Flow so you can use one motion flow graph to animate multiple bipeds.
Use Create Random Motion to create random scripts for multiple bipeds, so you can animate a crowd.
Use Create Random Motion to create a random script for one biped.
Lesson 1: Creating Clips in Motion Flow Mode
Lesson 2: Creating and Using Motion Flow Scripts
Lesson 3: Looping Animation in Motion Flow Mode
Lesson 4: Using Shared Motion Flow
Lesson 5: Using the Create Random Motion Feature