The New Pro-Bones Motions 10,000 FBX Mocap Library.

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  1. mrbones

    mrbones New Member

    Sep 23, 2006
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    TrueBones Motions Animation Studio's is Proud to Present,

    The New Pro-Bones Motions 10,000 FBX Mocap Library.

    The Largest Single Motion Capture Collection in the World!

    Now Features

    Fast, Fun and easy to use .FBX, helps you create spectacular animation sequences.
    Huge variety of motions included, Get the motions you've always wanted,
    Hours of endless entertainment. Great for professionals and beginners
    Tons of pre-rigged and ready character avatars from Evolver and Mixamo.
    Easy to follow and comprehensive start up tutorials on You-Tube.
    New Skeletal definitions allows fast bulk motion transfer to all Major 3D Programs.

    *All Motions are now in FBX and BVH format.
    *Over 10,000 professional high quality BVH/FBX motions.
    *Cross compatible skeletal structured definitions.
    *25 FREE professional Prerigged and characterized, FBX avatars.
    *T-Pose Rigging Skeletons and MNM file for 3DMax.
    *Natively Poser and SecondLife compatible.
    *Exclusive Motion Paks for Daz3D and Iclone Users.
    *Ability to instantly convert all motions to Daz3D or 3DMax
    *Fbx Motions work great in Unitys new Mecanim.


    *FREE 3-D Previews of Truebones Motions at Animstreet
    *FREE CMU motion capture database retargeted to FBX format.
    *FREE instructional videos via You-tube.
    *FREE 0% FINANCING Via PayPal!

    Special Christmas Sale offer, Over 70% off the regular retail price!

    Click Here to order the brand new Pro-Bones 10,000 BVH/FBX Mocap Library for only $199.00!

    This Christmas Sale offer ends soon, Order now before this special savings ends.

    Visit for more info.

    Thanks and Cheers from Truebones Motions Animation Studio's

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