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I have been attempting to import CMU motion capture into Unity through Blender. I was specifically using actor number 127, action number 3: Run. I was downloading asf/amc file format. I then used amc2bvh to convert it to bvh. (I have also tried the native AMC importer, but it doesn't seem to to work as well) Once it is imported, I save the blend file and import it into Unity. I change the avatar to be a humanoid avatar and leave the defaults. This is the result.
Bad Mocap
If I add bone rotation constraints to the thighs and limit the rotation on the Z-axis, then that seems to resolve the problem with this particular one. I would like to fix this a better way that way I can use the rolling animation in such in my game. If anyone has any idea how to solve this, it would be much appreciated.

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I suggest using bvh files from this library CMU-BVH

On youtube, check out Benjycook Blender MoCap Addon Tutorial, which uses the same library. BenjyCook

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Try this port of the CMU collection:

https://sites.google.com/a/cgspeed.com/cgspeed/motion-capture/cmu-bvh-conversion

It contains a few conversions to popular rigs. I've used those a lot and I never had any problems.

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