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A Dope Diplodocus 13 de Oct, 2013 a las 6:29
Need help with SFM
Hi. I have some Ideas for SFM movies but have no experience with the program or similar programs. I have followed the valve tutorials and one other one but I have encountered a problem. After creating a scout model, I have no way of moving the 'Bones'. In the tutorials that I have seen, the bones are multicoloured, yet what I see is white lines and shapes that are not completely flush with the shape of the model. I have know idea why this is happening and have not found anything on the internet. Please help.
Thanks - phillykills
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The Resonte! 13 de Oct, 2013 a las 9:05 
Pics please

so exactly how are you trying to move the bones?
A Dope Diplodocus 13 de Oct, 2013 a las 9:59 
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=185737284
I don't know why only the view area showed up but I hope it helps.
Última edición por A Dope Diplodocus; 13 de Oct, 2013 a las 10:01
boss7336 13 de Oct, 2013 a las 10:03 
Because you've applied rig_biped_simple. And they're white because you've selected everything. Try selecting something in the motion editor. Ctrl+Left click on his left foot bone for example.
A Dope Diplodocus 27 de Oct, 2013 a las 11:59 
Publicado originalmente por boss7336:
Because you've applied rig_biped_simple. And they're white because you've selected everything. Try selecting something in the motion editor.
Ctrl+Left click on his left foot bone for example.

Ok thanks I finally got it working but I'm a bit later into the movie now and I'm stuck on how to turn the game volume down. I've got music playing that I wan't to be heard but there's a minigun spin up and firing noise. I was wondering how to turn it down. Without turning the music down.
boss7336 30 de Oct, 2013 a las 1:34 
If you're using something that you recorded, I can't help. BUT if you are using sounds that you put in via the clip editor(or i dunno what it's called) just right click the sound clip you want to lower, and choose Set Volume then type a number between 0 and 1. For example: 0.5 to get the sound volume's half.
A Dope Diplodocus 30 de Oct, 2013 a las 6:12 
Oh Thanks a lot. :D
boss7336 30 de Oct, 2013 a las 7:11 
No problem mate. :D
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