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Animator.CrossFade

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Declaration

public void CrossFade(string stateName, float normalizedTransitionDuration, int layer = -1, float normalizedTimeOffset = float.NegativeInfinity, float normalizedTransitionTime = 0.0f);

Declaration

public void CrossFade(int stateHashName, float normalizedTransitionDuration, int layer = -1, float normalizedTimeOffset = 0.0f, float normalizedTransitionTime = 0.0f);

Parameters

stateName The name of the state.
stateHashName The hash name of the state.
normalizedTransitionDuration The duration of the transition (normalized).
layer The layer where the crossfade occurs.
normalizedTimeOffset The time of the state (normalized).
normalizedTransitionTime The time of the transition (normalized).

Description

Creates a crossfade from the current state to any other state using normalized times.

When you specify a state name, or the string used to generate a hash, it should include the name of the parent layer. For example, if you have a Run state in the Base Layer, the name is Base Layer.Run.

See Also: Animator.CrossFadeInFixedTime for times in seconds.