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How To: Animated Woohoo - A complete Step-for-Step Walkthrough

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Ok, I need the help of some pros here... I've been playing around in Blender with animations using the files in the Animated Woohoo Starter Pack and I followed all the instructions.  I've made a test animation, exported it, imported the file into a package, made the custom xml file, imported THAT into the second package... so I have the AW_ package and my animation package... placed them in the mods folder and cleared cache files.  In game, I added the position list in AW and it comes up with the 1 animation that's in the anim file at present... BUT...

 

When I solo woohoo, I see the animation listed (it's a masturbation one) but it doesn't have the animation name - it's just blank with my creator's name after it.  If I select that position, the character just stands there and no animation plays.

 

Anyone have any idea what I might have done wrong?  I'd really like to start contributing some content, although I'm sure it won't be Amra or Lady666 quality just yet.

 

Your mistake is in the XML file.
 

 

 

Ok thanks, I'll check and see what I may have done wrong there.  The instructions in the pdf are a little unclear in places.

 

Edit:  I don't think that was the problem.  I exported the xml file from somone else's set and compared it to mine.. cleaned my file up so that the formats were identical, but same effect in-game.  I noticed that the other person's AW_ file had a bunch of other resources that looked like language-specific files.  Do I need those?  Are there compatibility issues with different versions of blender?
 

 

 

What the version of Blender do you use? (It's preferably to use version 2.67b) Language-specific files there is'n nesessary (for the test of working).

You should check correctness of use of FNV64 hash.

 

 

Hmmm... I'm using Blender v2.77 so that might be part of the problem.  Thanks for the help... I'll keep trying to get this working.
 


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Hi Stu here! 

 

How do I open the zip file the master gives at the start? Cant seem to get to the PDF. Do I open it in blender?

 

Cheers!


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Ok, I need the help of some pros here... I've been playing around in Blender with animations using the files in the Animated Woohoo Starter Pack and I followed all the instructions.  I've made a test animation, exported it, imported the file into a package, made the custom xml file, imported THAT into the second package... so I have the AW_ package and my animation package... placed them in the mods folder and cleared cache files.  In game, I added the position list in AW and it comes up with the 1 animation that's in the anim file at present... BUT...

 

When I solo woohoo, I see the animation listed (it's a masturbation one) but it doesn't have the animation name - it's just blank with my creator's name after it.  If I select that position, the character just stands there and no animation plays.

 

Anyone have any idea what I might have done wrong?  I'd really like to start contributing some content, although I'm sure it won't be Amra or Lady666 quality just yet.

 

I think you need to create a custom String using STBL manager in order to get an animation name to appear ingame with your creator name.  How to do this should be in Master's Animated Woohoo Tutorial in the Getting Fancy section. 

 

I've been trying to create an animation as well, but I am having problems getting my animation to play.  My sims just stand there and no animation plays.


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Ok, I need the help of some pros here... I've been playing around in Blender with animations using the files in the Animated Woohoo Starter Pack and I followed all the instructions.  I've made a test animation, exported it, imported the file into a package, made the custom xml file, imported THAT into the second package... so I have the AW_ package and my animation package... placed them in the mods folder and cleared cache files.  In game, I added the position list in AW and it comes up with the 1 animation that's in the anim file at present... BUT...

 

When I solo woohoo, I see the animation listed (it's a masturbation one) but it doesn't have the animation name - it's just blank with my creator's name after it.  If I select that position, the character just stands there and no animation plays.

 

Anyone have any idea what I might have done wrong?  I'd really like to start contributing some content, although I'm sure it won't be Amra or Lady666 quality just yet.

 

I think you need to create a custom String using STBL manager in order to get an animation name to appear ingame with your creator name.  How to do this should be in Master's Animated Woohoo Tutorial in the Getting Fancy section. 

 

I've been trying to create an animation as well, but I am having problems getting my animation to play.  My sims just stand there and no animation plays.

 

You are mistaken, STBL is only responsible for the localization of the translation. The problem is in XML misspelling. Which in essence is a management file.


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Ok, I need the help of some pros here... I've been playing around in Blender with animations using the files in the Animated Woohoo Starter Pack and I followed all the instructions.  I've made a test animation, exported it, imported the file into a package, made the custom xml file, imported THAT into the second package... so I have the AW_ package and my animation package... placed them in the mods folder and cleared cache files.  In game, I added the position list in AW and it comes up with the 1 animation that's in the anim file at present... BUT...

 

When I solo woohoo, I see the animation listed (it's a masturbation one) but it doesn't have the animation name - it's just blank with my creator's name after it.  If I select that position, the character just stands there and no animation plays.

 

Anyone have any idea what I might have done wrong?  I'd really like to start contributing some content, although I'm sure it won't be Amra or Lady666 quality just yet.

 

I think you need to create a custom String using STBL manager in order to get an animation name to appear ingame with your creator name.  How to do this should be in Master's Animated Woohoo Tutorial in the Getting Fancy section. 

 

I've been trying to create an animation as well, but I am having problems getting my animation to play.  My sims just stand there and no animation plays.

 

You are mistaken, STBL is only responsible for the localization of the translation. The problem is in XML misspelling. Which in essence is a management file.

 

 

I respectfully disagree with you assser but we'll have to see what loafkowalski has done.  I'm still new to animation, but in my process of trial and error I had an issue similar to loafkowalski.  From his description, it seems that he was able to load the animation and get the game to recognize that he had made an animation, but the game menu didn't have a name to for the animation and the animation didn't play what he had created.  I agree that STBL is for translation, but he hadn't created a name for the animation in his local language for the game menu to display, so the name for the animation in the game menu is blank, eventhough it shows that he has animations created.

 

I was able to get my animation to play last night, but my sims were misaligned.  To get my animation to play, had to do with the spelling of the clip animation file.  When saving the clip animation file in blender I had saved the name by overwriting the clip file that I had been using because I thought that it had to do with the amount of keyframes.  What I needed to do was save the clip file as is, because part of the name that the pc creates when making the file is unique to the clip.


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Ok, I need the help of some pros here... I've been playing around in Blender with animations using the files in the Animated Woohoo Starter Pack and I followed all the instructions.  I've made a test animation, exported it, imported the file into a package, made the custom xml file, imported THAT into the second package... so I have the AW_ package and my animation package... placed them in the mods folder and cleared cache files.  In game, I added the position list in AW and it comes up with the 1 animation that's in the anim file at present... BUT...

 

When I solo woohoo, I see the animation listed (it's a masturbation one) but it doesn't have the animation name - it's just blank with my creator's name after it.  If I select that position, the character just stands there and no animation plays.

 

Anyone have any idea what I might have done wrong?  I'd really like to start contributing some content, although I'm sure it won't be Amra or Lady666 quality just yet.

 

I think you need to create a custom String using STBL manager in order to get an animation name to appear ingame with your creator name.  How to do this should be in Master's Animated Woohoo Tutorial in the Getting Fancy section. 

 

I've been trying to create an animation as well, but I am having problems getting my animation to play.  My sims just stand there and no animation plays.

 

You are mistaken, STBL is only responsible for the localization of the translation. The problem is in XML misspelling. Which in essence is a management file.

 

 

I respectfully disagree with you assser but we'll have to see what loafkowalski has done.  I'm still new to animation, but in my process of trial and error I had an issue similar to loafkowalski.  From his description, it seems that he was able to load the animation and get the game to recognize that he had made an animation, but the game menu didn't have a name to for the animation and the animation didn't play what he had created.  I agree that STBL is for translation, but he hadn't created a name for the animation in his local language for the game menu to display, so the name for the animation in the game menu is blank, eventhough it shows that he has animations created.

 

I was able to get my animation to play last night, but my sims were misaligned.  To get my animation to play, had to do with the spelling of the clip animation file.  When saving the clip animation file in blender I had saved the name by overwriting the clip file that I had been using because I thought that it had to do with the amount of keyframes.  What I needed to do was save the clip file as is, because part of the name that the pc creates when making the file is unique to the clip.

 

 

Thanks for the suggestions, million... I'll give that a try next time I fire blender up (it does sound like the same problem I was having).  Hope you're planning on posting your animations somewhere on the forum for us! :)
 


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No, the animation that I have done still doesn't work correctly.  I don't think anyone will want a sex animation in which both sims are facing in the opposite direction :huh:.  It takes away from the effect 


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@Stu999: The started pack is a 7zip file you need this program here to unzip it 7zip

 

@millionserved: Do you still have issues with misaligned Sims in your animations? I had a similar problem of my Sims staying both at the root position at x,y,z = (0,0,0). Thus they were clipping into eachother eventhough they had an offset from eachother in my Blender animation.

 

It turned out that the problem was that i've been moveing the Sims around using the Object Mode. However this won't be detected by the exporter somehow and thus your sims will clip into eachother. You have to switch to pose mode and then find the root node (Should be in the crotch area) select it and move your sims into position using that node. If you're satisfied with the current base position create some Animation Keys and start your animation from there. This should preserve their absolute position in space and they should align correctly within your animation now.

 

Hope that was helpful.

 

-Cheers


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It would be nice  see some of YOUR animations for The Sims 4,   these kind http://www.loverslab...-wickedwoohoo/ :)


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Just starting to grasp the basics of the Blender, and I've learned some things, like the timeline, view, how to move the rigs, etc.

Like all things, it seems complex as heck at first, but then you start undestard... hopefully someday I'll be able to do something.

One thing that is not clear to me is that I'm able to rotate and to uglily stretch parts of the body, but I can't quite get them to position like I want to.

For example, if I want to move the upper part of the leg, so that the female rig's knee is elevated, all I'm able to get is to stretch that part of the body in an unnatural way. I try holding the right of the mouse or the G key, the result is the same :/

 

Ps: Going pretty good! Managed to do this somehow:

 

https://s14.postimg....2qlip/image.png

How do I save the project so I can continue it some other time?


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Don't forget to click on the bone so that it is highlighted in a light blue color then press "r" to rotate it into place with the mouse.  If you hit "r" a 2nd time it will rotate it on a different axis.


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Is there any difference in making animations for AW and Onikikays KW?

 

I re-uploaded my Blender, now being 2.78 and animating works fine with masters all-in-box, but seems like I'm still having issues with prop loading. So far all I've done is getting familiar with blending the rigs in poses I find fancy and moving them in 10 to 24 frame intervals, but a question: Is it possible to have facial expressions in different layer, so that they could be done "totally separated" from the actual animation? because heads are moving allot in 240 frame animation

 

Another intriguing idea which I haven't found answer to so far is the KW's animation stages (they didn't exist in AW?), are they determined in the .xml file of each animation?

 

I have none what so ever experience in actual modding so everything beyond blender feels very cryptic at the moment...

 

Well have to install Kickers mod back into the game and see if any of my animations are actually animations... Thank you for the tutorial!


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the only difference is in the XML writing  


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