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Poser Mixer Setup
Added on: Sat Jan 18 2003
Page: 1 3 

Using the motion menu save the motion.

Uncheck active actor, repose your object and then reactivate the actor. Create motion again, name the motion (fist for me) and make sure to make the end frame long.... Then save the motion like you did for the 1st one. Rinse and repeate. Continue this until you have a few pose clips built up. 2 more is good enough.

2 more poses

I inserted an extra track in motion mixer and added my 4 pose clips. Again, my animation is only from 0-60, so they are more than long enough.

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