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"Rapid Rig: Modular" - Procedural Auto Rig 2.4.2 for Maya (maya script)

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Q/A

Moving a joint's position after rig has been created and mesh is skinned

Date:08/19/2015
Submitted by: Todd Gunther Todd Gunther

Hey Dustin,

Sorry if this has been asked before, but I have a RRM Rig that I've created and skinned my character to. As I am moving the rig around to adjust the skinning, I'm noticing that a few of the joints need to be moved for better deformation. Is there an easy way to adjust the joints without having to regenerate the rig?

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  • Todd Gunther

    Todd Gunther said almost 4 years ago:

    Actually I figured a way to do it. Found a script to save out the skin weights, then just adjust the proxies and regenerate the rig and add the skin back on.
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    Dustin Nelson

    Dustin Nelson said over 3 years ago:

    Glad you found a work around. I have this on my list of feature requests that I would like to get to. -Dustin

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