Answers for "How to scale Mesh.bindPose correctly"
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The latest answers for the question "How to scale Mesh.bindPose correctly"Answer by Bunny83
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Your calculation doesn't make much sense ^^. The bindpose matrix is a matrix that should transform a point from the mesh's local space into the localspace of the bone. Once in that space Unity's animation system would then transform the position from the bones local space into world space using the current localToWorld matrix of the bone.
Next thing is this won't work:
Vector3 scale = new Vector3(1/40, 1/40, 1/40);
this will give you a (0, 0, 0) vector because 1 and 40 are both integer values.
Matrix4x4 normalizeScale = Matrix4x4.Scale(Vector3.one / 40f);
Since it's the bones local space which is wrongly scaled you want the scaling to happen after all the other transformations. So you have to put your matrix infront of your original bindpose:
bindPose = normalizeScale * bindPose;
Next thing is it'S not clear what you do with your "result". Keep in mind that `sharedMesh.bindposes` is a property, so you can't assign seperate matrices to that array. You have to use a temp array, modify your matrices and finally assign the whole array back to sharedMesh.bindposes.
Final Note: Messing with bindposes of imported models isn't a good idea. It will most likely mess up all animations you have. If there is an issue in the model itself, it should be fixed in the modelling tool.
If you just want to change the scale factor of the model, check out the model inspector of the imported model. You can specify a scale factor there. It will reimport the model and will guarantee that everything will still work (as long as the model doesn't have an error already ^^).
***edit***
Ahh, thanks to your comment i think we can solve that problem ^^. Your mistake is that you used the Amature transform. You have to use the mesh transform.
![Spider][1]
The mesh is actually rendered by the SkinnedMeshRenderer. So the transform of the object with the SkinnedMeshRenderer is the one you have to use when you revert the bindpose.
So the original bindpose matrix converts the local vertex coordinates from the **local mesh space** into the local space of the bone. When you invert the matrix you convert from bone to local mesh space. So then using the localToWorld matrix of the SkinnedMeshRenderer you would get back the bone matrix.
[1]: /storage/temp/78363-spider-mesh-scale.pngThu, 15 Sep 2016 21:35:27 GMTBunny83Answer by theANMATOR2b
http://answers.unity.com/answers/1244100/view.html
This forum post by hippocoder seems to be relevant.
http://forum.unity3d.com/threads/assetpostprocessor-skinned-mesh-renderer-bone-index-reorder-solved.401872/#post-2787571Thu, 15 Sep 2016 12:54:48 GMTtheANMATOR2b