Animaze v1.25.7855 presents VRM models support and More!
Hello again, Animaze Community!
Without further ado ***DRUM ROLLS**: .VRM IMPORTS ARE NOW AVAILABLE IN ANIMAZE!!!
Run, don’t walk to update Animaze for the following new features:
- .VRM Models Support, Both VRoid Expressions, and Perfect Sync Blendshapes: Teaming up with our friends from Pixiv, the .VRM import is now available for free in the Animaze app! To get your own .VRM model head over to https://vroid.com/, create your own original characters with the Vroid 3D character maker, and then import it into the Animaze app! Learn how to get started with the .VRM Documentation and materials below.
- .VRM Documentation and Materials: We added brand new .VRM documentation with all the information you need to work with your .VRM models. Find step by step instructions on how to find and import VRM models here.
4 Exciting New Props: Customize your avatar even further with our brand new props, belt headphones, dog ears, hard hat, and a black top hat!
Quick Scenes: Switch almost instantly between user-defined setups consisting of avatars (w/ customizations, props, poses, position, and orientation), backgrounds, and voice effects. For those tired of repositioning your avatar every time you open Animaze, create a quick scene and check use as default.
Support for UYVY Camera Formats (e.g., Elgato 4k Utility uses this format)
The Animaze watermark is now automatically turned off after you subscribe to the app. Subscribers who miss their Animaze watermark can turn it back on in Settings.
This update also includes fixes for the following reported bugs:
Fixed webcam feed issue when opening Settings
The upgrade button not disappearing after the subscription is activated
Galleries not showing up issue (user reports mentioned side menu buttons did not work)
Occasional crashes with Customizations and Props saving flow
If you’re experiencing any issues with the Animaze app, please contact us at support [@] animaze [.] us, and we’ll try our best to tackle it as soon as we can!
This update has the following known issues and limitations, that we’re still working to fix:
VRM only uses procedural idle motions and poses, such as idle breathing. VRM does not yet use generic actions and poses. To learn how to add special actions and poses, please refer to the technical documentation. A future release will add the ability to use generic animations and special actions.
As always, we love hearing what you think about the new features and Animaze! Tell us what you’d like to see added to Animaze on our Discord server, email us at support[@]animaze[.]us, or message us on Twitter!
The Holotech Team