Search Filters

Search Filters



Animstreet uses a realtime search engine to help you find the best motion capture clips available.
The search results are limited to 100 motion capture clips maximum.

You can search for any motion capture clip in animstreet with keywords just like you do on any search engine.
Example: type “Swim” to find all swim motion capture clips.

Moreover, the animstreet search engine contains additional filters to narrow down the results and find the best motion capture clips. The filters are: author, price, length and id.

author filter

The author filter helps you search for motion capture clips from one author only.

Example: type “author=Truebones” to find all motion capture clips authored by Truebones.

price filter

The price filter helps you search for motion capture clips in a price range.

Example: type “price<=100” to find all motion capture clips costing less or exactly 100 credits.
Example: type “price=0” to find all motion capture clips available for free.
Example: type “price>10” to find all motion capture clips costing more than 10 credits.

The price filter can be used with “=” (equal), “<” (less), “>” (more),“<=” (less or equal) and “>=” (more or equal).

length filter

The length filter helps you search for motion capture clips depending on their length (in seconds).

Example: type “length>60” to find all motion capture clips longer than 1 minute.
Example: type “Swim length=10” to find all motion capture clips with a length of exactly 10 seconds.

The length filter can be used with “=” (equal), “<” (shorter), “>” (longer),“<=” (shorter or exactly) and “>=” (longer or exactly).  

id filter

The id filter helps you search for motion capture clips using the unique id.

Example: type “id=7612” to find the motion capture clip with unique id #7612.
Example: type “id>8000” to find all motion capture clips added after #8000.

IMPORTANT: search results are limited to 100 motion capture clips maximum, so this last example will probably return all motion capture clips with unique id between 8000 and 8100 (a little more because of the missing unique ids).

The id filter can be used with “=” (equal), “<” (shorter), “>” (longer),“<=” (shorter or exactly) and “>=” (longer or exactly).

Putting them all together

Keywords and filters can be mixed in your search requests as you like.

Example:Swim author=truebones price<50 length>10returns all swim motion capture clips authored by Truebones, with a price less than 50 credits and longer than 10 seconds.

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