Ok, I ran into my next issue Ok when fading from 1 model anim to another using this
startAction.crossFadeTo( endAction, duration, true );
all seems fine with things like walk anim or idle or run, but if I try to fade to a dance anim, it speeds up super fast then finally slows back down to new one. Its like its trying to catch up. Is there a limitation on this command or am I missing something else…
Ok here is a video of what I am talking about on the fast speed. It seems to be when it goes from a short animation to a long one. It first starts out running, then idle kicking foot, then walking, then dance.
Its when it goes from walk to dance that it goes nuts. Is there a way to tell where to start in anim? or someway to get rid of the speed increase?
This is the code I used
IVS_AnimMixerEnd[num] = IVS_AnimMixer[num].clipAction( newanim );
IVS_AnimMixerEnd[num].enabled = true;
IVS_AnimMixerEnd[num].setEffectiveTimeScale( 1 );
IVS_AnimActions[num].crossFadeTo( IVS_AnimMixerEnd[num], parseFloat(delay), true );
IVS_WhichAnim[num] = newanim;
IVS_AnimActions[num] = IVS_AnimMixerEnd[num];