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Hola a todos . Soy nuevo en SL, estoy creando animaciones de baile para este gran metaverso y estoy lleno de dudas. Cuando subo un producto y lo pongo a la venta, ¿automáticamente se añade a Market Place? ¿o hay que darse de alta de alguna manera? Para animaciones de baile, ¿qué derechos debo dejar y cuáles no? ¿qué nivel de prioridad es adecuado? ¿5 ó 6? ¿Hay forma de pre visualizar la animación exportada en .anim antes de tener que pagar los 10 lindens? ¿HUD es como se venden las animaciones de baile en packs? Es la única manera? ¿Se compran o tengo que hacerlos por mí mismo?¿como se hacen? ¿Hay que subir manos y cabeza por separado para no llegar al límite de peso de archivo? ¿Como se unen después a la animación de baile? Soy nuevo y no tengo apenas ropa, ¿cuanto valdría que alguien me hiciera los videos? Una vez que he subido el baile, ¿puedo regalarlo sin coste para mi, a la persona que se ocupe de hacer por mi el video? Pfff perdón por tantas preguntas, pero no he querido inundar el foro con preguntas sueltas. Gracias de antemano.
I have an animation which I'd like to upload for personal use at priority 6. With this said, it's only one animation, and I can't justify the $40 price tag to get Avastar so I can upload a SINGLE priority 6 animation. With this in mind, I'm looking for someone who has Avastar already, and would be willing to help! I'll be willing to pay a reasonable for it, in addition to covering the 10L$ upload cost! If anyone is interested, I'd prefer to communicate further via in-world IM, so I can share the dl privately. Thanks in advance!
I would like to create a listing of Bento Mesh heads and the priority of their facial expressions, mainly to compose a list of mesh heads that are compatible to products that need to animate the head / face as well. I came across this topic as it seems various head makers use various policies about priorities for facial expressions. Some even seem to use priority 6 for simple background animations, thus making it impossible to override anything by 3rd party. Background Info: I am Mo Noel from MoDesign. Some of my product (as many products from other creators) use facial expressions to give a proper visual picture of the product in use. For example if you put a gag in ones mouth, the mouth eventually should stay open. Before the mesh heads era, this could be achieved by standard SL expressions, like „express_open_mouth“. The options where limited, but they worked reliable. Most mesh head brands do not support these standard expressions. Actually there is no brand I know that does scan the avatar animations for standard SL facial expressions and transform them to the corresponding mesh head expression. This renders the head incompatible to many products that animate the standard face. For basic animations, there is a reference about what priorities should be used for what kind of animations. It goes about like this: Priority 0 Used for many of the internal animations which are intended to be overridden with an AO. Priority 1 Used for internal emotes. Priority 2 Priority 2 is a good choice for stands in AOs. Priority 3 poses while moving (e.g. a walk) or that should override regular standing poses (like kneeling, a hug or standing with a handbag), but usually walks, dances, sits and most other animations that want to override standing poses Priority 4 enforced 1 (lower body) restricted walks, to overpower restricted stands this could be a walk in leg cuffs or humple walk when loosing a shoe Priority 5 enforced 2 (upper body) this could be enforced poses that need to override enforced walks like handcuffs, that should override the upper body even while walking in leg irons, as a leg iron walk also would animate the arms. Also a neck corset should be priority 5. Priority 6 anything that is even more restricting then priority 5 and we forgot to think about this could be special furniture things, for example, where a body might be folded as tiny as possible to hide it, e.g. to simulate a magic trick (Yes, some AO makers violate these rules, with the effect that A others do as well or B items don't work as expected) Example: Handcuffs and leg irons: 1. Avatar is standing: Prio 0: SL standing animation Prio 1: - Prio 2: standing animation of the AO Prio 3: - Prio 4: standing with restricted legs Prio 5: standing with restricted arms 2. Avatar is walking - same animations but * animations added Prio 0: SL standing animation Prio 1: - Prio 2: standing animation of the AO Prio 3: * walking animation of the AO -> overriding any stands Prio 4: standing with restricted legs Prio 4: *walking with restricted legs overriding the previously active prio 4 stand Prio 5: standing with restricted arms -> still overriding the arms of the restricted walk 1. Avatar is standing again - same animations, but the * animations from above stop: Prio 0: SL standing animation Prio 1: - Prio 2: standing animation of the AO -> takes over from the prio 3 walk Prio 3: - Prio 4: standing with restricted legs -> takes over from the prio 4 walk, still overrides Priority 2 stand Prio 5: standing with restricted arms -> still overrides loose arms of Prio 4 stand For a head, we need something similar. As there is no SL preset overriding face expressions by Bento animations, we could use the full range of the 6 priority levels. As a first sketch, the following "Mo-Rule" could be an idea to discuss: Priority 0 used for minor 3rd party animations or things that really don't matter and should be overpowered by standard face animation Priority 1 used for standard animations/emotes to keep the head alive while no one else is doing something Priority 2 Animations that override standard emotings, this could be smiles talking head whistle smoking etc. Priority 3 same as Priority 2, but for 3rd party items Priority 4 enforced 1 special effect animations e.g. avatar gets electroshocked Priority 5 enforced 2 real physical enforcements open mouth by a gag closed eyes by glue, death or something (e.g. a zombie avatar or a ghost) open eyes, hold open by matches etc. Priority 6 anything that is even more restricting then priority 5 and we forgot to think about (yes, some really may say this comes a tad late, but better late, then never.) (and yes, similar set of rules would be great for hands and feet and tails and ears …)
I uploaded a holding object pose at priority 5, which theoretically should make sure it's not overridden by anything. But the pose is still getting overridden whenever I sit, turn, or use poseballs. Why is this? Does it have something to do with the animation only activating when I'm in standing state? How do I set it to override EVERYTHING to make sure my holding object pose is always active? Thanks.