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sergio juyak
how to apply interpolation to just ONE keyframe? (newbie Q:)
on Feb 23, 2012 at 1:53:58 am

I have two keyframes. I want smooth out of keyframe 1, and linear into keyframe 2. In After Effects I would just click on each keyframe and set them to easy-ease and linear. I can't do that in C4D. (I can only apply interpolation to a set of 2 keyframes?) I have to select BOTH keyframes and apply smooth interp, then i select the second keyframe and have to hit a bunch of little checkboxes in the attribute manager, which seems insane. Is there a faster way just to get this fcurve?


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Tim Shetz
Re: how to apply interpolation to just ONE keyframe? (newbie Q:)
on Feb 23, 2012 at 4:35:22 am

You could probably do it faster in the animation workspace.

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Tim Shetz
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Brian Jones
Re: how to apply interpolation to just ONE keyframe? (newbie Q:)
on Feb 23, 2012 at 5:00:04 am

if you are in F-Curve mode it looks like selecting the right key and right-clicking and choosing Zero Length (Tangent) will give you what you want.


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sergio juyak
Re: how to apply interpolation to just ONE keyframe? (newbie Q:)
on Feb 28, 2012 at 9:03:10 pm

Hmmmm i guess you're right. Thanks Brian.


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