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This 3-part tutorial covers how to export content from iClone to external tools such as Unreal, which is covered here. You'll learn about the difference between iContent & Export liceneses, and also about how you can use the 3DXchange 6 Pipeline to bring this huge library of content to your very own project in an external tool.
This video is part 2, which covers how to create a simple custom body motion, and export it to Unreal Engine along with a character model & another iClone embedded animation.
0:51 Motion Puppet
2:28 Direct Puppet
4:04 Edit Motion Layer
6:28 Adding Accessories
8:15 Looping Motion Clips
10:16 Exporting a Custom Motion
11:17 Exporting iClone Embedded Motions
12:41 Exporting FBX with Motion