- [Instructor] This week we'll look at a very simple setting … in the Curve Editor … that could have a profoundly positive impact … on your productivity in creating animation. … And that is Interactive Update, … giving you the ability to see … an instantaneous real time update of changes … to a function curve. … I've got a simple bouncing ball animation here … and I've set it up on purpose … so that the ball is not contacting the ground … as a teaching example here. … I'll stop that and rewind it. … The position keys are applied on to this point helper object … I'll select that and open up the Curve Editor … and just to save space on my screen, … I'll use the Mini Curve Editor … found in the Track Bar here. … And I want to select the appropriate tracks here … and that's going to be the Z position track … on the ball helper. … Just select that … and then frame the horizontal end value extents … and if it doesn't quite fit, … we can zoom a little bit … with Control+Alt and middle mouse button. …
AuthorAaron F. Ross
Skill Level Intermediate
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