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terence tan

May 21, 2005, 12:36 AM

I do understand the need to interpolate between keyframes but my question is more basic then that. It may be MD2 format specific for all I know. My questions the the timing of key frames.

For examples:- a STAND animation consists of 40 keyframes. But what is the timing between keyframes. Is it 1 seconds of animation, so I would have to interpolate in between frames?

so if I am getting 60 FPS, I would have to interpolate 58 frames of animation in between?

 
juhnu

May 21, 2005, 01:16 AM

You should always interpolate between frames and the speed of animation depends on the framerate artist used. dunno about md2 format, but I guess it must have frames per second told somewhere.

juhani

 
nih_co

May 21, 2005, 02:11 AM

I'm not sure about md2 but in md3 format the frame numbers and framerate for each animation was stored in a text file specific to a certain model. I believe that most specified 10-15 keyframes per second. In md2 i assume that the number would be close to or lower than 15.

If you cant find the number anywhere just try 10 and work from there.

 
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