Modifiers Animation | Import modifiers animation from Blender to Roblox Studio

Did you give script injection permissions before importing animation?

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what does it look like if I may ask?
I couldn’t really follow through since Its my first time using studio.

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First go to “PluginsTab”
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then click on “ManagePlugins”
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look for “Modifiers Animation” and make sure script injection permissions are allowed
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if isn’t allowed, just click on the yellow part and allow it

now just click on “Import Module” and import again your animation

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AHH MAN IMA GO TRY IT RN, HOPE IT WORKS! :DDD

ima tell you if it works :smiley:

EDIT: IT WORKED, AH MAN THX!

(just wanna ask on what do you mean on “one per one”? do I do it one by one?)

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By “one per one”, I mean you should import animation files by order(rbxanim1, rbxanim2), if an animation in blender has a lot of tris, the blender addon will split the animation into multiple files(files are less than 50k tris, because roblox doesn’t allow more than 50k per file tris using this)

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How would I go about if I’m trying to make voxel animations?
Voxel meaning:


so like water splashing, fire, or just smoke, normal effects that you have in a game.

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Well, I think a big animation can be some heavy, specifically the leafs, but anyway, try to select an object and export, tell me if you have some issues

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I did significantly reduce the block count of the leaves.
I don’t really want to do big animations, just small effects.

HEY! been a while :smiley: sry for the late reply. I kind of get the point since there is a limit for roblox, just asking if when are you going to do the tutorial :smiley:

Can this do materials as well as animations?
Because my vfxs look so lame without the materials

No, because of roblox’s limitations

When i press create animatable, it asks for a rig file. What is that?

Read the documentation which is at the top of this topic