This video quickly goes over a number of keyboard shortcuts that can be used to help speed up your work. These may not come naturally at first, but the more you use the Sequencer, the more you can introduce shortcuts that will help speed up the kind of repetitive tasks that you find ourselves performing on each project.
- [Instructor] In this video … I thought it would be good to just quickly take a look at … several workflow shortcuts … that could potentially help us out … as we start to use Sequencer more and more in our projects. … We will be going through them fairly quickly, … but it is good to note that these tips and more … can be found in the Unreal documentation. … And so if, like me, you can't always rely on your memory, … I would recommend perhaps printing them off … for reference purposes. … With our master sequence open then, … and with our cursor inside the tracks area of the UI, … if we right-click and drag, … we can quickly and easily navigate along the timeline, … making it's a little bit quicker to complete. … A really helpful shortcut … for when we want to place keyframes … at a specific point in the animation … would be to use the Control + G keys, … which lets us type a specific frame … to place our playhead at. … And so if we type 50, for instance, and press Enter, … we jump to that frame. …
- What is the Sequencer?
- Adding a cinematic camera to a level
- Using a crane camera
- Creating a level sequence
- Adding a master sequence
- Keyboard shortcuts for the Sequencer
- Playing a sequence via Blueprints