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Syncing Image Sequence with FBX animation

  • Hey Rodrigo,

    Make sure your FBX animation FPS is set to 30 and your image sequence duration is set to 1.0.

    Then uncheck the Autoplay's check box on your animation mixer and also uncheck the Always Play's check box on the image sequence.

    Then you can import the file that I attached here in your project and assign your animation mixer and image sequence to it.

    What this script does is to play both animation at the same time when the lens is initialized.




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  • Hi Amir,

    Thanks for sharing the script :)

    The image sequence is playing extremely fast, in what seems to be playing all the frames in 1 second.

    I've attached screenshots of settings. Is there something I'm missing?

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  • Hey Rodrigo,

    On your image sequence try to divide your total frames by thirty for example 158/30 and put the result in your image sequence duration which is :


    Let me know how this works for you.



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  • It's working :) Thank you very much!

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  • Amir Alavi I'm currently looking to create a script to play back image sequences as opposed to the sprite sheets that Lens Studio generates. Would love to see your script you posted in here but it seems the linked file is no longer available. Can you post it again or anything else that might provide incite into playing image sequences? Thanks!

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