Editing splines


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Editing splines

After drawing an X-Spline or a Bezier, you'll need to edit it for each keyframe. So here we'll see how to edit a spline. I'm going to use the Z key to zoom-in and the X key to pan over. By the way, I've included this little keyboard shortcut PDF file in your Lesson_01_Media folder. It's a list of the most common shortcuts we'll be using in these lessons and there is a longer list in the manual. I recommend you print this out and have a copy beside your keyboard. So we'll put this away.

First, let's take a look at how to select points. First we have to select the spline itself. Now we can click on a point and it'll light up. Once it's selected (let me get a little closer for you here) Once it's selected, you see that little plus sign (+). You can then move that point. I'll undo that. Holding down the Command or Ctrl key will allow you to pick several points. I'll click to the side to deselect. We can also draw a marquee around several points....

Editing splines
Video duration: 3m 52s 5h 1m Beginner

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Editing splines provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Steve Wright as part of the mocha 2.6 Essential Training

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