Getting Started with Auto Rigs in Houdini

In this course we will get started with using Auto Rigs in Houdini to quickly rig characters. Software required: Houdini 9 and up.
Course info
Level
Beginner
Updated
Oct 15, 2009
Duration
56m
Table of contents
Description
Course info
Level
Beginner
Updated
Oct 15, 2009
Duration
56m
Description

In this course we will get started with using Auto Rigs in Houdini to quickly rig characters. In this series of lessons, we will learn how to use the auto-rigging tools in Houdini. By using the Auto Rig feature, we can build advanced custom rigs in a matter of minutes rather than hours so we can animate our characters quickly, consistently, and easily. Software required: Houdini 9 and up.

About the author
About the author

Originally from Lagos, Nigeria, Sunder has made great headway in both the interactive game design and 3D animation worlds.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Introduction and Project Overview
[Autogenerated] Hello on Sunder with Digital tutors, Houdini, training partner and this series of lessons. We're going to learn how to use the auto rigging tools and by using the auto features, we can build advanced custom raids in a matter of minutes rather than ours so we could animate our characters quickly and easily. We're gonna start this project out by learning how to use the ultra rich shell and the tools with. We're also going to examine some of the features in the animation rig that's created from the auto. Then we will learn how to apply to accustom character and how to properly generated hook up the animation deformation Rex for it so it's ready to go along. The baby will encounter some issues, but we'll also learn how to troubleshooting Fix them. So freaking from scratch is not your cup of tea. You'll find the Otter Riggs as a very viable alternate solution so you can get animation ready characters out of With that said, let's begin