Working in the dope sheet


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Working in the dope sheet

As we saw earlier, you can edit keyframes in a basic fashion by moving them around in the Timeline, but you will find that that's got some limitations. For example, if you have got multiple keyframes stacked at the same point in time, you can't deal with them separately in the Timeline, so it's all or nothing. So if I wanted to, for example, edit my Position Key without editing my Rotation Key, I would need to open up another panel to do that. And one of the panels that you can do that in is called the Dope Sheet.

So I will go up here into my menus. I am looking for Graph Editors, and Track View - Dope Sheet. Go ahead and launch that. I have got my logo selected, so that the Dope Sheet will show the keyframes for the selected object, which is currently called Text001. So I will scroll down here a little bit. I can zoom in, too. I have got a Zoom tool so we just zoom in on the relevant area. So in the Dope Sheet, we are seeing all the keyframes, but we are able to view them sep...

Working in the dope sheet
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Working in the dope sheet provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Aaron F. Ross as part of the 3ds Max 2011 Essential Training

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3D + Animation
Software:
3ds Max
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