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#1 Kombowz

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Posted 28 June 2013 - 11:39 AM

Hi Everyone, I was just wondering if the setup machine is no longer compatible with Animation Master as it seems to crash whenever I try using it with A:M 17. I haven't encountered any issue with it when I was using an old version like 11 but I can't even get the rigger to load without it crashing anymore... Maybe there's something I have to do to make it compatible in 17? I don't mind boning everything by hand, but this was a neat tool before when I tried using it to rig a model quickly... Thank you everyone

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Posted 28 June 2013 - 12:04 PM

Hi Everyone,

I was just wondering if the setup machine is no longer compatible with Animation Master as it seems to crash whenever I try using it with A:M 17.

I haven't encountered any issue with it when I was using an old version like 11 but I can't even get the rigger to load without it crashing anymore...

Maybe there's something I have to do to make it compatible in 17?

I don't mind boning everything by hand, but this was a neat tool before when I tried using it to rig a model quickly...

Thank you everyone


It should work with the 32bit version...I don't think it works in the 64bit version. You can have both installed at the same time.

Hope that helps.

#3 Heiner

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Posted 14 July 2013 - 11:30 PM

Hi there, i spent the weekend checking out the 2008 rig and how it is installed. I found it tedious and the resulting rig was not realy to my taste. I like TSM much better. Now here it comes: I am on AM 16 64 bit, which is not compatible with the TSM. Would it be possible, to have a second version of AM on my subskription computer? I am thinking of having a AM 32bit version running on my computer with the sole purpose of using the TSM. When TSM has done its magic, I would pass the rigged model over to the 64Bit version and go on from there. All in all, there would always only one version of AM running. Would that be possible, and if yes, where might i get a 32bit version which I tailored onto my subscription computer? Best regards Heiner
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Posted 15 July 2013 - 12:52 AM

Hi there,
i spent the weekend checking out the 2008 rig and how it is installed. I found it tedious and
the resulting rig was not realy to my taste. I like TSM much better.
Now here it comes:
I am on AM 16 64 bit, which is not compatible with the TSM. Would it be possible, to have a
second version of AM on my subskription computer? I am thinking of having a AM 32bit
version running on my computer with the sole purpose of using the TSM. When TSM has done its
magic, I would pass the rigged model over to the 64Bit version and go on from there.
All in all, there would always only one version of AM running.
Would that be possible, and if yes, where might i get a 32bit version which I tailored onto my
subscription computer?

Best regards
Heiner

Yes you can have both 64 and 32bit Windows versions installed at the same time. I believe all you need do is to just copy the licence file (master0.lic) from your 64bit version into the 32bit version.
Both 64 & 32bit v17g can be found here; http://www.hash.com/...t...st&p=382772
And v16b versions here; http://www.hash.com/...t...st&p=357726
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Posted 15 July 2013 - 02:03 AM

With every release Jason links to the 32bit and 64bit installers.
Install both and run them simultaneously if you wish.

There are several things that will not work in 64bit... such as rendering to Quicktime/.MOV format.
For such things simply launch A:M in 32bit.

As has been suggested copy your Master.lic license file from your the one installation directory to the other.
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#6 Heiner

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Posted 15 July 2013 - 02:40 AM

Sounds Superduper, i will try that when i am home again, and sitting on my AM computer. Sure, some things will not work, but I want to use the 32bit version only for the TSM. Thanks a lot for the help! Regards Heiner
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Posted 25 July 2013 - 09:35 PM

Okay, so it appears for some reason or another, TSM does NOT work for me on version 17 but it did work in 16. I'm not sure what has changed, but if I select TSM Builder and click Okay it crashes in 17 can someone please verify this for me so I can ensure it's not something else causing this? I am using 32Bit with a fresh windows install, so I'm not sure what could be causing this... Thank You Everyone




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