Using XPresso to link properties: Part two


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Using XPresso to link properties: Part two

Now you may want to get the hand animating as well, so that the hand also changes direction, or rotates rather when you animate the right shoulder value. So, again, we can go into the value, right click on it to. Go to Expressions, set Driven Relative, which creates an expression for us. Now you'll notice, when you do that, it adds a tag to that. And if I select that tag, this is the Xpresso, the Expression tag. Notice that I'm here in the attributes manager, I get access to the basic properties for that expression.

But if I want to actually alter the expression, I can also double-click on that tag and it will open up the XPresso editor, where I can view it as a kind of nood based hierarchy. So we can see it's taking the right shoulder position, and it's great to be able to see this visually. It's going to put it into Range Mapper, which takes an input and maps it to an output. And then the output's going to go to the right hand rotation position. Now, what if I want to adjust tha...

Using XPresso to link properties: Part two
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Using XPresso to link properties: Part two 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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