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Old 13-07-2003, 11:09 PM   #1
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So I'm animating an aboject following a motion path. When I open the Graph Editor it has 2 keys: one at the beginning, and another at the end. Is it possible to insert a key in between? I've tried using the Insert Key tool, the Add Key tool, and Add Inbetween, but none of them seem to do anything. I tried the same on a simple cube moving, and none of those tools work on it either. What am I doing wrong? Do these tools work?

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You need to key the U Value of the motion path node just like any other attribute... for example by right clicking on it in attribute editor or channel box and choosing Set Key...
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Ohhhhh,

by unfolding the INPUT tab!

Thanks, I didn't even look there.

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