Basic keyframing of properties


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Basic keyframing of properties

Keyframing in (UNKNOWN) are similarities, the basic principle of Key Frame is slightly different. If you want to follow along we're in chapter 4 Start C4D, and I've a timeline open here. And what we want to do is start animating our robot. Now the first thing you'll notice, is the robot doesn't actually appear down here in the time line. We just have this (INAUDIBLE) item saying summary beside it.

In order to start animating an object, you need to actually select it. And then key frame it. Now, the best way to key frame it, is if we want to for example animate the rotation of the robot. Say we want to Animate the neck moving round it would be the heading value we would want to animate. Then what we do is hold down, the control key, and click on that value. There's a little (INAUDIBLE) that's turned red when I hold down control and click on it.

Basically, that's similar to the stopwatch in After Affects. You click on that. To start animating that value. and it creates a key frame do...

Basic keyframing of properties
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Basic keyframing of properties provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Angie Taylor as part of the CINEMA 4D Lite for After Effects: Getting Started

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