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Old 04-08-2005, 07:55 AM   #1
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anyone know how to cycle animation curves (pre / post infinity) in the graph editor - but only for a particular section of the curve?

I've got a pose keyed at frame 0, and I want to cycle the animation from frame 1 onwards...

anyway to do that aside from manually cutting and pasting many times?

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Check out TRAX. This type of thing is exactly what TRAX is for.

Pretty cool, check the docs for details
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thanks will check it out!
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No prob!

Yeah, I just tried it for the first time this weekend, and it is SUPER easy to setup.

Just select your keys in a given shot in the Graph Ed. and make it a TRAX shot. Done!

Once it is in TRAX you can mess with the timing, reverse it, slow it down, etc.

Pretty cool. Good luck!
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