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jim lefevreAutomatically creating a series of keyframes between two exisiting keyframes
by on Jul 6, 2011 at 7:23:57 pm

This feels like a scripting thing (and I will post this in scriptign forum too) but does anyone know of a way of creating a series of keyframes between two existing keyframes automatically?

For example I have a satisfying spatial/position move over twenty frames (with differing spatial and temporal interpolations) and now I would like to create a series of keyframes for each frame between them maintaining that trajectory and speed. Ideally with the option of saying 'keyframe every XX frames'.

Many thanks in advance for your thoughts!

Jim

http://www.jimlefevre.com


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jim lefevreRe: Automatically creating a series of keyframes between two exisiting keyframes
by on Jul 6, 2011 at 7:29:46 pm

And with the glorious patron saint of the Power of the Post I have it here...

http://forums.creativecow.net/thread/227/345#347

(haven't tried it yet but it looks promising)

Thanks for your eye time!

jim

http://www.jimlefevre.com


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niccolo ungaroRe: Automatically creating a series of keyframes between two exisiting keyframes
by on Jul 6, 2011 at 10:20:48 pm

Let my suggest KeyTweak.jsx KeyTweak - Tutorial for After Effects

By Mathias Möhl

Hope to get the tread point....

Let me now....

Wiederschauen
Nic.


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Roland R. KahlenbergRe: Automatically creating a series of keyframes between two exisiting keyframes
by on Jul 7, 2011 at 12:36:16 am

The Wiggler's a non-Expression way and works really fast too. Once you have the first and last values (keyframes) you can apply the Wiggler and set Frequency to taste and Magnitude to a ridiculously small number (0.00000001) and hit apply.

Converting the resultant keyframes into Hold keyframes is a good way to creating staccato-like movements - much like the seconds hand on a watch.

HTH
RoRK

Intensive AE Training in South East Asia.


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