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16th August 2017info License: CC-BY
This is the first video in a series of "tech videos" in which Sybren discusses concrete problems seen on Stack Exchange. This video is all about modifying animation data from Python scripts.
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13th September 2020 - 10:37
for lazy ones as me:
Sybren very nice video,
I am missing only how to insert a new keyframe at say time 60 in the timeline ...
As the title says: existing ke;yframes , so my wish is something new ;-)
oh oh the triple ` does not as im MD.
Possible here? If so, please tell me Greets Peter
7th February 2021 - 15:03
@Peter K.H. Gragert ah yes, lazy indeed, thanks :-)
7th February 2021 - 16:09
@Peter K.H. Gragert From what I found, keypoint.co.x represents the frame number
30th August 2017 - 03:25
Very nice explanation! Thank you Dr.
23rd March 2020 - 17:40
Thank you once again Sybren, this wasn't easy to figure out alone but with this tutorial a n entire array of possilibities is opened up to me.
5th November 2018 - 22:15
is there a blend file containing the suzanne animation that is being corrected here?
9th August 2020 - 11:53
still waiting for tech9ne
2nd January 2023 - 15:11
For the record, from time to time I return to pick a few things again from this. Today I remembered that curves could be evaluated so I went back and behold, its there. Great and helpful tutorial, thank you!