User Interface Basics
Watch this tutorial to get an extensive tour of akeytsu viewport navigation systems, menus and preferences to acquire a general understanding of the program
In this tutorial video we will cover everything that can be found in akeytsu Rigging mode. From Character Bank to the to the Rig Atelier through our Skinning brushes, you'll be able to locate useful tools to build rigs after watching this.
Animation Overview (1/2)
We tell you about the essentials in akeytsu to create beautiful pose-based animation with our keyframing tool set. This includes an in-depth overview of our Spinner widget, TImebar and Cyclemaker window.
How To Update Skinned Mesh
Here is a new magic button that will save you a lot of time when you want to update a 3D mesh that is already skinned. This also works with similar characters much like a Skin Unwrap.
Skinning Workflow (1/7) - Skin Binding
This video focuses on how to Skin Bind your character in akeytsu. It also highlights good practices to prepare your imported model and quick cleaning. Demo model SkySurfer included in akeytsu installation package.
Skinning Workflow (2/7) - Selecting Joints & Vertices
Before we focus on weight editing, this tutorial video will help you get familiar selections in akeytsu which is an essential part of the workflow. Mastering selections will greatly improve your efficiency when skinning.
How To Automate the Creation of an Anim Cycle
Save half the work when creating animation cycles in akeytsu. Get the first step right and we take care of the rest with Cyclemaker.
How To Replicate Posings
We made copy-pasting a a powerful tool for animators in akeytsu ! See how this can be put to good use in this video.
How To Add Audio Tracks
Audio files can now be imported in akeytsu. You can create multiple audio layers for your animation to add music or dialogs to synch your work with.
Integrating with Unreal Engine 4
With this tutorial you'll be learning on how to export from akeytsu to Unreal Engine 4. A few pointers are given to retarget humanoid
characters through the UE4 humanoid rig.
Showcase animations with Toolbag
We are breaking down the process of exporting your finished animation into Marmoset Toolbag and make it look good.
From Mixamo to Akeytsu
Ever wished you could tweak Adobe Mixamo's stock animations? In this use case we show you how to create convincing custom animations for your game prototype.