Learn how to generate a simple explode animation of our drone assembly, using our translate commands within animation mode.
- [Narrator] So now let's see how we can generate…an animation like this from scratch.…The most common procedure for generating an animation…is a five step procedure.…The first step is to move the time bar to the start time…required, then we're going to set the keys as required…to record our initial appearance or location.…Next we'll move the time bar to the end time…we're looking for.…
We'll then change the appearance or location…of those actors as required, and finally…we'll set the keys to record that new final appearance…or location, and it's also important to note here…that if auto keys is turned on this last step…is done automatically for us.…So, let's take a look at generating my first animation.…So let's start off by just doing a simple camera change.…
So again the first step I want to do is go to my initial time.…So my first initial time will probably be at zero seconds…and most likely we'll just stay with the current view.…But regardless just for practice I'll move my time bar…to zero seconds, and then I'm going to set my initial…
- Composer terminology
- Creating your first view and image output
- Changing actor and background properties
- Using the transform tools
- Inserting explode lines
- Adding textures
- Working with a Bill of Materials (BOM)
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Detailed Images
3. Explode Images
4. Marketing Images
5. Working with Bill of Materials
6. Introduction to Simple Animations
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