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    Super Member sublimationman's Avatar
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    Motion question

    I mostly create still product images so my animation skills are a bit low. One thing is that when I do animate it's almost always mechanical in nature (doing one now) and I wanted to know if there is a way to make "linear" the motion default. Currently when I make key frames it uses TCB Spline as default making my job a lot more difficult

    So basically is there a way to set the default to linear?

    Thanks!

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    http://www.dstorm.co.jp/english/plug....htm#GraphType

    This allows you to set a default key type when using Create Key, or change keys to a default type in the graph editor
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    Open the graph editor, select the "More" dropdown, select "Graph Editor Options...", under the General tab change Default Incoming Curve to Linear or whatever, then select OK.
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    Very good. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dodgy View Post
    http://www.dstorm.co.jp/english/plug....htm#GraphType

    This allows you to set a default key type when using Create Key, or change keys to a default type in the graph editor
    Very usefull. Thank you!

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