Difference between revisions of "Animation Length Limit"

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== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==
*[[Animation Reference Frame]]
 
 
*[[Animation Upload Loop Controls]]
 
*[[Animation Upload Loop Controls]]
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*[[BVH Reference Frame]]
  
 
[[Category:LSL_Animation]]
 
[[Category:LSL_Animation]]

Revision as of 11:44, 5 February 2012

Animations can have no more than 30 seconds worth of unique frames.

Linear animations will therefore end in 30 seconds or less.

Looped animations will only end when stopped.

Known Issues

A bug causes the reference frame in the BVH file to be included when measuring the duration of the animation, even though it's never displayed (see VWR-27044). That means the real length limit is less than 30 seconds. How much less depends on the BVH file's frame rate, since you have to shorten a 30 second animation by 1 frame.

See Also