One tool to move them all!
You have rigged characters and like to animate them? Look no further. With People in Motion R2.0 the animation of rigged characters couldn’t be easier.
If you are using Characters from DAZ 3D (Genesis 2 or Genesis 3, Victoria 6 or Michael 6), Renderpeople (rigged characters), AXYZ Design (rigged characters), Adobe Fuse/Mixamo or Autodesk Character Generator you can just Drag&Drop them to the Plug-in and can start to animate right away. Other human character rigs can be used by simply connecting the joints with the Plug-in. There is also a rig builder included to add a standard joint rig the a character model.
To design a walk animation, we have a Walk Designer build right into it. This includes other typical movements, such as walking up or down stairs or sitting down/standing up. Create your realistic, funny or stupid walk with just a few clicks and controls. Additional IK controls for the Head, Chest, Hips, Knees, Feet, Elbows and Hands can be set up automatically for individual animations. Overlay manual IK animations with generic walk or running animations with a push of a button.
It all doesn’t stop there as we also build in a simple Crowd control. Use Staircases, Elevators, Escalators, Seats, Curves or Wall objects to control the actions and waking paths of your characters. All this is directly build into Cinema 4D.
As we want every Cinema 4D user to have access to this must have animation tool, we offer this animation system for an insane low price. Have a look at our YouTube videos for more info and see how easy and fun it actually is in use:
System Requirements: MacOS or Windows PC running Cinema 4D R17 or newer.
Please note that People in Motion R2.x doesn’t include any characters, but you can find free rigged characters on the internet or use commercial rigged characters for instance from Adobe Fuse, DAZ 3D or AXYZ Design.
Special note for People in Motion R1.x users: People in Motion R2.x is a completely new Plug-in and not just an update for R1.x. You can run both Plug-ins side by side as they. If you plan to purchase People in Motion R2.x please still keep Release 1.x to be able to open and edit your older People in Motion projects.