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I was wondering if any of you nice sirs know any way of achieving the stop motion ¨feel¨of animating on 2´s or 3´s. There is CV stopmotion from Cineversity but I don´t plan on paying a forced 12 month subscription. Any ideas other than animating at 6-12fps with hold keyframes?
For the last week I have been trying to get my animation timing just right on a proecjt I am working on only to be asked to retime the whole thing based on a modified version of the VO .. this can be a huge pain since animation is done all over the place on tags , materials , settings as well as the object itself and a lot of it is in complex hierarchies so I had to figure out a way to show the tracks of everything in the scene .. and the best and fastest way to do this is to go to the view menu in the Timeline window and turn automatic mode on and you will have access to everything animated tags , materials and all .. turn show animated off and you have access to everything including render settings , etc .... This option is turned on by default (the automatic mode) but the gotcha of all of this and why sometimes we might miss it is that when you right click on an object or tag and choose show tracks it gets turned off by default and stays that way till you open a new scene or start C4D again so that is why you sometimes might miss it Related posts that helped me : http://www.c4dcafe.com/ipb/forums/topic/30545-some1-has-to-no-how-to-move-mass-keyframes/
Does anybody know the keyboard shortcut to frame up a keyframe in the timeline? Like in the viewport if I select an object then type "S" and it brings the object right to the center of view. I'm looking for the equivalent of this with keyframes in the timeline editor…. Hook a brutha up!!! Tommy