- [Instructor] So now that I have…created some of these cameras,…let's see how we can use these in animation.…So I'm gonna navigate down to my motion study here.…So within an animation I can jump between…any of my numerous cameras I may have,…so in this case, camera one or camera two.…Or I can also make a single camera move.…So again, you can think of this as kind of a movie director.…I might have multiple cameramen…that I can jump between, or I can direct a single cameraman…to move around the set or whatever it may be.…
We want to jump back into our orientation and camera views,…do a right click, and maybe again, up to you,…but you can disable view key creation here,…and again, if we remember that, so that just means now…as I change any viewing angle or camera angle,…it's gonna automatically update those keys.…Again, I could leave that disabled.…Then I would just have to manually set all these keys,…but now that I'm working specifically with…viewing angles and camera angles,…maybe I'm gonna turn that off…so it's a little bit more automatic for me.…
- Working with MotionManager
- Reviewing common animation terminology
- Using the Animation Wizard to generate animations
- Making complex animations with the click and drag method
- Editing the timeline and views
- Changing display and appearances
- Using scenes and lighting in animations
- Controlling animation with mates
- Physics-based motion
- Creating walkthrough animations
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1. Getting Started
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4. Editing the Timeline and Views
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