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UMotion Manual
  1. UMotion Manual
  2. Introduction & Tips
  3. Getting Started
      1. Quick Start Tutorial
      2. 1) Installation & First Steps
      3. 2) Pose Editing
      4. 3) Clip Editor
      5. 4) Curves & Rotation Modes
      6. 5) Config Mode
      7. 6) Export Animations
      8. 7) Root Motion
      9. 8) Animation Events
      10. 9) Pose Mirroring
      1. 1) Importing Animations
      2. 2) Inverse Kinematics
      3. 3) Child-Of Constraint
      4. 4) Custom Properties
      5. 5) IK Pinning
      1. 1) Our First Animation
      2. 2) Editing Animations
      3. 3) Customizing an animation for a RPG
      4. 4) Unity Timeline & Weighted Tangents
      1. UMotion Tutorial
  4. How to create better animations
      1. File
      2. Edit
      3. Help
    1. Preferences
    2. Import / Export
    3. FK to IK Conversion
      1. Project Settings
      2. Clip Settings
    4. Animated Properties List
    5. Root Motion
    6. Rotation Modes
      1. Dopesheet
      2. Curves View
    7. Playback Navigation
    8. Layers
        1. IK Setup Wizard
        2. Mirror Mapping
      1. Configuration
      2. Display
      1. Tools
      2. Channels
      3. Selection
      4. Display
      5. Animation
      1. Inverse Kinematics
      2. Child-Of
      3. Custom Property
    1. Options
    2. Tool Assistant
  5. Edit In Play Mode
  6. Unity Timeline Integration
  7. UMotion API
  8. Exporting Animations FAQ
  9. Support / FAQ
  10. Release Notes
  11. Known Issues
  12. Credits

Introduction & Tips

UMotion is a Unity Editor Extension that makes it possible to create animations for any 3D model (characters, monsters, guns,...) inside the Unity Editor offering similar features and workflows like famous 3D modeling applications.

UMotion projects are stored as *.asset files that can hold an unlimited number of animation clips. Animation clips are exported to Unity's proprietary *.anim file format and can be used in any Unity project when applied to an Animator Controller or Animation Component (legacy).

Owners of UMotion Professional can import any existing animation (whether being a motion captured animation or an animation created in an external modeling application) to edit and to fine tune them.

Important Tips

Scene View Navigation

The default Unity Scene View navigation and tool handling is used: Unity Manual - Scene View Navigation

It has some nice features you may not be aware of that come in handy when doing animations:

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