Analyzing Curves

Once you have selected curves, you can analyze them to discover error conditions.

You choose between four kinds of detectors; Noise, Spike, Knee Wobble or Knee Extension. You can also select only a the portion of a curve to analyze. Perform the analysis by clicking the Analyze button. The errors are found based on the detector's parameter settings. If no errors are found, try adjusting the parameters and clicking Analyze again. Lowering the Standard Deviation value will yield more errors.

When an error has been detected, the biped part name appears in the Analyze Results list. If multiple errors are detected, the entry displays a number that tells how many errors were found. Errors are also displayed in the Curve View as vertical brown lines.

Once errors have been located, you can use the tools on the Fix panel to correct those keys and the keys around them. Or you can use the error location merely to identify the keys, then manually make changes using standard interpolation techniques. Right-clicking a key in the Curve view will display the properties dialog that allows for such adjustments.

Results of the Analyze operation can be loaded or saved as a file using the Load or Save buttons at the bottom of the interface.

Results of the last analysis can be cleared using the Clear button, also found at the bottom of the panel.

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