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Character controller LUA scripting


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Hello everyone,

I'm a newcomer to Lua and Leadwerks.

I have imported a premade animated model into Leadwerks in FBX format.

It works perfectly however I can't find any reference about activate animations through LUA scripting.

E.g. I would like to make a character walking forward on W KeyHit.

 

All tutorials I've found till now are about C++.. :(

 

Can anyone help me?

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I think you are a little confused between animation and character controller movement. Animation is the movement of bones where are controller movement is the character actually moving somewhere. They are independent of each other.

 

Controller movement is controlled with this command:

http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/documentation/_/command-reference/entity/entitysetinput-r706

The FPSPlayer.lua file shows pretty well how to do the controller movement.

 

Animation is controlled with this command:

http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/documentation/_/command-reference/entity/entitysetanimationframe-r141

Animation is generally pretty simple in that you just set a frame (i.e. use Time:Millisecs() or something to change the frame) and pick and animation.

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Hi,

 

I have a character with a set of animations, and my controller's animation section uses the Animation Controller Script. this lets you have a set of looped animations, anf pretty much 'just works' for walk cycles etc. You will need to change speed/blend to match you animations rate.

 

http://www.leadwerks.com/werkspace/page/documentation/_/script-reference/animationmanager-r693

 

it looks like:

 

function Script:UpdateWorld()

 

if self.parentEntity.script.isAttacking == true then

self.baseAnimMgr:SetAnimationSequence(self.AnimAttack, 0.05, 200)

else

if self.parentEntity.script.playerMovement.z ~=0 or self.parentEntity.script.playerMovement.x ~=0 then

if self.parentEntity.script.enteredWater == true then

self.baseAnimMgr:SetAnimationSequence(self.AnimSwim, 0.05, 200)

else

self.baseAnimMgr:SetAnimationSequence(self.AnimWalk, 0.05, 200)

end

 

else

self.baseAnimMgr:SetAnimationSequence(self.AnimIdle, 0.005, 200)

end

end

 

 

Hope that helps

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