Keyframing: Bifurcation


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Keyframing: Bifurcation

Bifurcation means to split into two. The idea here is to plant keyframes far apart, then go halfway between them to add a new keyframe, then add another one halfway between the first one and the middle keyframes and so on until the roto is locked to target. I am using the Interlaced Video clip from Lesson_01_Media and I've already set my deinterlacing so when you load the clip make sure that you set the Interlaced for Lower field first. Go back to the clip and move to frame 1.

If you would like to follow along, you can use the bifurcation.mocha script in the Project Media folder. I've already divided my shark into three separate shapes. I am going to turn off the lower shape and the fin and concentrate on demonstrating the bifurcation keyframing using just the upper frame only. So the idea is -- let me zoom in a little bit here, I want to turn off the zoom windows, get a little closer, okay.

Okay, like we said at the beginning bifurcation is to plant keyframes at the ends and then s...

Keyframing: Bifurcation
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Keyframing: Bifurcation 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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3D + Animation Video
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