Download Bvhacker 1.6.1 – Free BVH File editor and previewer

Bvhacker 1.6.1- Free BVH File editor and previewer

New Features in version 1.6.1
In addition to the square shoulders feature…

* Now possible to associate bvh files with bvhacker, so bvhacker can be the default editor for bvh files
* Now possible to open bvh files by dragging them onto bvhacker (drag and drop opening)
* Ability to undo last operation
* Simple resampling (downsamples to half number of frames)
* Split and enhanced SLify function into to separate functions (Attempt SL bone renaming, Attempt retarget to SL). Joint sizing function now uses quaternion magic for a far smoother conversion of arms axis alignment and joint rotation order
* Added support for bvh files with position and scale motion data values
* Separated display of joint offset and motion translation data. Joint offsets now displayed in joint properties and translation data values are displayed on dynamic sliders.
* Added support to allow the typing in of values for slider X,Y and Z values
* Added support to allow the typing in of values for slider range
* Added support to allow the typing in of values for joint offsets in joint properties (X,Y,Z)
* Added support to allow the typing in of values for frame time
* Center function: centres the first frame of the animation in X and Z
* Added 26 new keyboard shortcuts (see below)
* Tidied menu and removed experimental functions
* Made file open and save dialogs re-sizable
* Global hips rotation is now possible (‘standard’ ZXY rotation order hips only)
* Added figure head to display

Visit http://www.bvhacker .com to download for free!

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BVH Viewer | Free Software

BVH viewer is a bvh motion visualizer and editing software which will be more useful for animators using Poser or Blender with bvh. Bvh viewer uses OpenGL 3D engine,so it runs fast.The key features of this software are

  • Quickly navigate through the motion sequence and view human body joints from different viewpoints at each frame
  • View exact joint rotation angles and 3D joint positions in text
  • View local coordinate system of any joint
  • Change joint rotation angles
  • Save the animation as an image sequence
  • Switch to overlaid mode
  • Save motion each joint as a text file
  • Highlight a joint
  • Change, save or restore to the saved viewpoint
  • Switch to a posing camera
  • Show/Hide joint names
  • Show/Hide joints or bones
  • Change size of joints or bones
  • Show/Hide ground plane or axis of world coordinate system

You can download this freeware here and you can also find a tutorial of using this software here.