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Relevant Unreal Tutorials
Setting Up Inputs: https://youtu.be/WARth7AjFU0
Blend Spaces: https://youtu.be/pfKdr0FRC5g
Introduction to Animation Blueprints: https://youtu.be/AqYmC2wn7Cg
Introduction to State Machines: https://youtu.be/F1Apwm4F15I
BUilding the AnimGraph: https://youtu.be/ZezNr-DOSRI
Animation Blueprint EventGraph: https://youtu.be/DLJ0VEPWeV4
Character Blueprint Components: https://youtu.be/_Y8ZOLGZQRM
Character Blueprint: Keyboard & Mouse Controls: https://youtu.be/zWMgRDa3bKY
Game Mode & Testing: https://youtu.be/6PCOJJRcJ4Y
Character Creator is an incredibly powerful and versatile tool that allows you to create an unlimited variety of game characters for your Unreal game project. This 5-part tutorial series starts off by creating a character from scratch in Character Creator, then proceeds to show you how to animate both the face and body in iClone. From there, you'll learn about the correct import/export settings for getting your character and game motions into Unreal. Finally, the last tutorial tackles the task of getting your character to move around in your game project and animate both body and face at the press of a button.
This tutorial is the 5th and final installment of the Character Creator to Unreal series. After creating your character in Character Creator and the animations in iClone, you'll finally learn how to create Blend Spaces and Animation Blueprints within Unreal Engine in order to move your character around your game environment and activate your facial animation. There are also some quick tips on how to change character movement speed and add sounds to your animations as well.
Now that you have the basics of character creation and animation down, the rest is up to you!
0:49 Importing Animations
1:44 Creating a Blend Space
4:10 Creating an Animation Blueprint
12:11 Creating a Character Blueprint
18:56 Setting Up Game Mode
21:28 Changing Character Movement Speed
23:23 Adding Sound to Animations