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It depends on the format of the animations themselves. But yes it might be possible.
Biggest issue is that you need to make sure the bone references/names match the ones on the model you plan to use the animations on. For example, older UT animations use different bone naming standards to UT3.
Last but not least you import the model, apply the animation package to it then setup a animtree to tell the model which animations to use defending on what state it's in. eg.. Run state uses run animation.



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Do you know if it will be possible to import animation from a game based on Unreal Engine 2.5 ?

The animation I need are stored on .ukx packages, how can I import it on UDK ?



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I think Malk will be able to help you, he imported the Skaarj too after all.

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foufoune rose helped me out for the DM-UOF3-Insidious anim, the map is from ut2k4 imported, perhaps can u give it a watch, no idea what he did but it works (fire the tubes with robots in gives an anim)

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Also Hoxx is good with coding and animations, if you PM him he'll answer.

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Lord_PorkSword wrote:

It depends on the format of the animations themselves. But yes it might be possible.
Biggest issue is that you need to make sure the bone references/names match the ones on the model you plan to use the animations on. For example, older UT animations use different bone naming standards to UT3.
Last but not least you import the model, apply the animation package to it then setup a animtree to tell the model which animations to use defending on what state it's in. eg.. Run state uses run animation.


 Ok,

But my question is,

is it needed to use a soft like 3ds max between the package (or the files out of the package, like skeletal mesh .ukx, psa files...) from ued 2.5 and its importation on UDK ?

And better, could you point me a good tutorial (step by step with pics) to make that job (export an anim from a Unreal engine game -> import to UDK)?

Cheers !



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