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Best Answer Martin_Strada, 07 November 2017 - 12:08 PM

Enter in nearest car is when an actor open the cars door and drive

Sit in the nearest car is alredy sitting down in car

Leave in the car is when he's driving to location, he's leaving the car.

 

You can make a bike passenger seat sit,enter,leave driver seat, front passenger.

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DeAdLy PyThOn
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Posted 07 November 2017 - 12:01 PM

Hey guys, so I am back here with another question!

 

What is the difference between "Enter in nearest car", "Sit in nearest car' and "Leave nearest car"?

and, which animation should I choose to make the actor sit on bike's passenger seat? 


Martin_Strada
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Posted 07 November 2017 - 12:08 PM   Best Answer

Enter in nearest car is when an actor open the cars door and drive

Sit in the nearest car is alredy sitting down in car

Leave in the car is when he's driving to location, he's leaving the car.

 

You can make a bike passenger seat sit,enter,leave driver seat, front passenger.

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