CrowdTransition - superclass: ReferenceTarget; super-superclass:MAXWrapper - 8:0 - classID: #(1649620504, 273694790)
Sets the transition's priority.
The number of frames the software takes to affect the transition between states.
Ease in value for the source clip.
Ease out value for the destination clip.
The name of the MAXScript conditional that specifies when/how the transition is to occur.
The state that the transition originated from.
The state that the transition is destined for.
The script function is compiled with the function name in global scope. The function name cannot be the same as a MAXScript-defined global variable name.
fn transFunc del trans t =
( if t < 50 then 0 else 1
where del is the delegate node, trans is the CrowdTransition value, and t is the time value of the frame being evaluated. The 3ds Max time context will also be frame being evaluated. The return value must be an integer value. If the return value is 0, the transition is not taken. For any other return value, the transition is taken.
The following MAXScript operations will cause Crowd to fail, either right away or later:
NEVER set the from or to properties to undefined.
NEVER set the from or to properties to anything other than a CrowdState object.
CrowdState : MAXObject
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