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This SOP takes as input a MotionClip (eg. from MotionClip) and evaluates it at a single frame. This can be used to playback a MotionClip.
The output geometry contains the requested joints from the given frames, assigning each point a time attribute describing where it originated from.
These parameters determine how the MotionClip is evaluated.
Specify whether you want to output the current frame or a specified frame.
Specifies the frame to evaluate.
The method used to interpolate between the poses of the MotionClip.
The MotionClip will be evaluated by linearly interpolating between the pose at or immediately before the requested frame and the pose immediately after the requested frame.
The MotionClip will be evaluated at the frame of the pose at or immediately before the requested frame.
Describes how the animation will behave when evaluated outside the bounds of the MotionClip. If this is disabled, the left and right end behaviors will be determined from the
clipinfo detail attribute.
The first and last poses will be extended out indefinitely.
The animation will repeat from the beginning.
The animation will repeat in reverse.
These parameters determine which extra attribute are unpacked from the MotionClip.
Whether any attributes other than
clipinfo will be preset on the output geometry.
Disable this for maximum performance.
The attributes that should be unpacked from the rest pose of the MotionClip.
All groups, primitive attributes, and vertex attributes in the MotionClip are unpacked exclusively from the rest pose of the MotionClip.
Additionally, all animation attributes which were not matched by the Attributes to Store parameter on the MotionClip SOP can be unpacked from the rest pose of the MotionClip.
The attributes that should be evaluated from the animated poses of the MotionClip.
These are the attributes which were matched by the Attributes to Store parameter on the MotionClip SOP.
If an attribute is unpacked from the rest pose and is evaluated from the animated poses, the animated attribute will take priority.
The MotionClip you wish to evaluate
The skeleton outputed in the pose of the MotionClip evaluated at the specified frame. If a joint does not exist at that frame, data is interpolated from surrounding frames.