This is part 2 of a tutorial about how to use the cgspeed.com Daz-friendly release of the Carnegie-Mellon BVH files to produce hobbyist animation.
Part 2 demonstrates:
- Some of the problems that can occur with older, non- cgspeed.com releases of these BVH files when used in Daz Studio.
- An example of how the "primary", hip-corrected Daz-friendly BVH release is normally your best choice.
- An example of when you might want to use the "secondary" release to eliminate foot slippage.