From Multi Theft Auto: Wiki
Revision as of 09:50, 30 January 2022 by Zangomangu (talk | contribs) (Removed old issue)
(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Dialog-warning.png Function has been disabled.

Reason/Note: This function doesn't exist. See the bugtracker for updates and more information.

Sets the current animation of a player or ped. Not specifying the type of animation will automatically cancel the current one.

Click to collapse [-]
bool blendPedAnimation ( ped thePed [, string block, string name, float speed=1.0, float blendSpeed=1.0, float startTime=0.0, bool loop=true, bool updatePosition=true, bool interruptable=false, function callbackFunction=nil, var arguments, ... ] )

Required Arguments

  • thePed: the player or ped you want to apply an animation to.

Optional Arguments

NOTE: When using optional arguments, you might need to supply all arguments before the one you wish to use. For more information on optional arguments, see optional arguments.

  • block: the animation block's name.
  • anim: the name of the animation within the block.
  • speed: the speed at which the animation is played.
  • blendSpeed: the speed at which the previous and current animation are blended.
  • startTime: how far into the animation (in seconds) you want to skip
  • loop: indicates whether or not the animation will loop.
  • updatePosition: will change the actual coordinates of the ped according to the animation. Use this for e.g. walking animations.
  • interruptable: If set to 'false', the animation will not be interrupted by other tasks (eg: falling)
  • callbackFunction: A function that is called when the animation is finished
  • arguments: Any arguments you want to pass to the callbackFunction, eg: animation name


Returns true if succesful, false otherwise.


Click to collapse [-]

This example creates a ped, rotates them, and makes them walk:

function makePed()
   ped1 = createPed(56, 1, 1, 4)
   setPedRotation(ped1, 315)
   blendPedAnimation(ped1, "ped", "WOMAN_walknorm")
addEventHandler("onClientResourceStart", getResourceRootElement(), makePed)

See Also