Blender Essential Training: How to Use the Dope Sheet


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Using the Dope Sheet

Another way to edit animation is to use the Dope Sheet. Now this doesn't use animation curves; it basically just allows you to move keyframes around and create new ones. But it can be a lot faster than the Graph Editor in a lot of situations. So let's go ahead and open up a window to add in a Graph Editor. So I'm going to go up into the right corner of my viewport here and left-click and drag down a horizontal window. And again, because I'm working with time, I like to have a horizontal window to put my editor in. And so we're going to find the Dope Sheet and go ahead and select that.

Now this actually has all of the animation in the scene represented as little diamonds here. And if I want, I can scroll in by grabbing this little icon here. And you'll see that I have a number of options here, but basically the ones I want to look at are the ones for the billiard ball. In fact, let's go ahead and zoom down a little bit. And you can see that each key here is actua...

Using the Dope Sheet
Video duration: 4m 53s 7h 47m Beginner Updated Aug 13, 2014

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Using the Dope Sheet provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by George Maestri as part of the Blender Essential Training

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3D + Animation
Software:
Blender
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