Fine-tuning keyframes in the Graph Editor


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Fine-tuning keyframes in the Graph Editor

Sometimes just manually placing keyframes in the scene doesn't often quite give you the look you want. In our previous exercise, we animated the camera's zoom, as well as its motion, and it looked just great. But here on a simple move like this--and I'm going to rewind here-- you're going to see that this camera moves up, turns, and just kind of floats there in the middle. It's not quite what we want. Well, how do you fix something like that? Well, that is all done in the Graph Editor. So let's get in there and fix that.

To get to the Graph Editor, you can click this little envelope right down here, and it says Graph Editor. And you get this nice panel that might look overwhelming at first, but it's really not. And what happens in here is specific control over every motion channel. If you take a look at the camera, we've got the position, the rotation, and the scale all keyframed. Now, scale doesn't really need to be keyframed, but we just generally keyframe...

Fine-tuning keyframes in the Graph Editor
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Fine-tuning keyframes in the Graph Editor provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Dan Ablan as part of the MODO 501 Essential Training

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3D + Animation
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MODO
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