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Lesson 12. Keyframing > What You've Learned

What You've Learned

  • Keyframing is the concept of setting up the position and properties of objects at certain frames and allowing the computer to calculate the frames in between.

  • Record Animation mode can create keyframes as you adjust parameters in real time.

  • Keyframe thinning can be used to limit the number of keyframes generated in Record Animation mode.

  • The Keyframe Editor lets you fine-tune the position, value, and interpolation of keyframes.

  • Interpolation modes can be used to create different kinds of motion between keyframes in a curve.

  • The Animation menu provides options to modify keyframes, reset a parameter, and quickly load a parameter into the Keyframe Editor for adjustment.


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