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Adamtheamazing64 2013 年 02 月 12 日 @ 下午 7 時 47 分
CS:GO Models having messed up Sequences?
As the title says, I was wondering if anyone else was having this issue if they did the importing CSGO game files with the batch file to make it work with SFM. Basically, the preset animations, such running with a weapon or shooting are messed up, as in they don't move, they're in the T position, or random bone misplacement. Anyone havve any ideas as to why? I did the same to Portal 2 models but their presets are fine.
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Sneaky 2013 年 02 月 12 日 @ 下午 11 時 48 分 
Try moving the sliders on the right hand pane in animations for them when you import, most notably the x yaw slider, as for the bones out of alignment, I don't know on that one I own CS:GO but haven't imported anything from it at all yet.

Example, Right click the model, scroll down to import, then select sequence from the side box, it will open up a side panel where the animations for them are stored or should be, the move x slider will be on the right hand side a bit above generate root motion.

If there isn't a move X slider to make him walk from 0 speed to +/- 1.00 then I have no idea anything that moves usually has one in the assets, when I import this way the models default is 0.00 (stop still).

Some models have the movement prebuilt and you cannot adjust the speed manually some HL2 walks for example, but since your people are not moving at all, you should be able to adjust the models with the X yaw slider when you choose an anim from the left hand drop down box on the import and then the move X Yaw slider ( if applicable once the animation selected like a walk with rifle for example) will show on the right hand side of the same window..
最後修改者:Sneaky; 2013 年 02 月 12 日 @ 下午 11 時 55 分
Adamtheamazing64 2013 年 02 月 13 日 @ 上午 7 時 07 分 
It's just that in the sequence selecter, his body doesn't move at all. He's in a T formation and it's weird. Also, I don't see any x slider, just body_pitch and body_yaw, but the just curve his spine weirdly.
Sneaky 2013 年 02 月 13 日 @ 上午 8 時 01 分 
I have no idea then sadly with the CS:GO models and animations, have you ran the model fix script file on the models folders to fix any issues since I believe CS:GO uses a newer version of the source engine just to rule out any issues of newer files / older engine etc.

Also make sure you have both folders materials (subfolder models) and models one of then should contain the animations, I will extract the CS:GO models shortly and see if I get the same issue also.

Edit

After going through the models only you need to scroll through the list and find walk_lower Or run_lower only, that is the only one they have an actual motions, it looks like the animations are using only parts of others more so the poses only rather than a full sequence, you would need to smack the makers of CS GO with a stick on that one as it looks like they done it totally different to other games or it's some right annoying bug.

Edit 2

Working animations

Various flinchings, reloading work fine since they seem to be first person anims only so no other motions other than a static model with moving arms below is a list I went through to find which ones have a X yaw (walk path or an action you can use for a sequence)

walk_lower, run_lower, jump_lower, leap_lower, idle_lower, Hop, crouch_walk_lower, crouch_idle_lower

You can use any of those to do a walk motion you would however need to manually pose the model for each weapon type, I am not versed with decompiling models and smashing them though other programs to fix how they are done sadly so that is all I can offer as a work around.
最後修改者:Sneaky; 2013 年 02 月 13 日 @ 上午 8 時 22 分
Adamtheamazing64 2013 年 02 月 13 日 @ 下午 2 時 52 分 
I think I understand now. You need to use multiple animations at a time, so the walks and then selecting an aim or shoot for positioning their upperbodies for the weapon they'll hold. Interesting.
Adamtheamazing64 2013 年 02 月 13 日 @ 下午 3 時 01 分 
Alright, they're more complcated than your average TF2 model, but I got them to work nicely. Thanks for the help man!
Sneaky 2013 年 02 月 13 日 @ 下午 3 時 35 分 
Not a problem, it's a really weird way they have done those animations to use a base then something else to alter what the model is doing, guess it's a cheap solution than every single animation as a mocap or hand animated etc
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