- [Instructor] The View menu in the Curve Editor … has some very important options. … For example, using items in that menu … we can make curves or tracks keyable or unkeyable, … or we can lock them or unlock them. … I've got a very simple animation here, … with some position keys applied onto a point helper object, … and let's use that as a teaching example to explore … the View menu in the Curve Editor. … I'll stop that and rewind it. … Open up the Curve Editor, I'll use the mini Curve Editor … on the track bar just to save a little bit … of screen real estate. … Select the ball helper object … and then click on Frame Horizontal and Value Extents … on Curve Editor tool bar. … And we see we've got position X, Y, and Z visible. … The Y position curve has no key frames on it … and therefore it's displayed as a dashed line. … Let's go up into the View menu … and the first thing we'll see here is selected key stats. … Let's enable that and we see … there's also corresponding icon on the Curve Editor toolbar. …
AuthorAaron F. Ross
Skill Level Intermediate
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