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Roll bones in HumanIK


The HumanIK animation system in Maya LT now supports up to 5 roll bones per limb to help avoid the candy-wrapper effect that can occur when a limb turns on its own axis.

A UI update exposes the roll bones and makes the HumanIK animation system simpler to use. 

Note: Extension 1, 2 and 3 features are available only to current Maya LT subscribers as part of the extension releases for Maya LT 2016 software.