iK'motion toolset 1.0

Operating systemsOS : Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris
Program licensingScript Licensing : Free Trial ($39.95)
CreatedCreated : May 24, 2007
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The iK'motion toolset utilizes flash's powerful ...

The iK'motion_toolset utilizes flash's powerful extensibility layer to deliver dynamic inverse kinematics animation capabilities directly to the designer!
These tools and commands give you the ability to create parented IK chains, manipulate movements, and automatically generate tweens on the timeline all within the standard flash IDE.
- Easy to use UI that seamlessly integrates with Flash
- Build one or more IK chains on the stage
- Dragging any 'bone' in the chain calculates and updates positions of other 'bones'
- Use the control panel to generate complex tweens showing IK movement with the click of a button
- Based on standards of IK used in major 3D animation packages
- Quickly and easily create walk cycles, realistic arm & joint movements, and more
- A 21-day trial version is available
- Created by and for animators. . .
- No coding needed!
- iK'motion picker tool lets you select movie clip instances on the stage to build up an 'IK chain'
- Use the same tool to drag and manipulate the chain
- Add 'null' points for full range of movement
- 'Lock' specified bones to it's current location
- Create motion-path based tweens on the timeline for preview
- Generates ActionScript code for precise animations when the movie is exported
- Use the control panel interface to set up and clear your IK chains

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