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Tutorial 3Importing your animation onto your Biped

1: Open the Max file you saved in tutorial 1. (The one with the renamed Biped in a Tpose)

2: Make sure you are not in figure mode. (This is important)

3: Import your FBX file. (This is the file you saved in Motionbuilder featuring your characterized Biped skeleton, actor and C3d data)

4: Make sure you select the correct ‘Take’ to import. (In import options make sure File Content: is set to ‘Update scene elements’)Saving out as a .Bip

5: Save the animation out as a .Bip file and apply this to any Biped you like in 3dsMax.Tip: Loading in your .Bip file through the Motion Capture panel will allow you to reduce keys which could help when you come to edit the animation later on.