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Old 28-01-2010, 05:30 AM   #1
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Default Animation Curves in the Graph Editor

I have some curves in the graph editor and the curve had some major peaks and pits in the curves. now the "wavelength" is flatten? why? how? Can it be changed back to wavy? help?
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Are you sure the scale of your graph hasn't changed? Is your animation still the same? If it is, then you may have scaled the graph editor on the X or Y axis? Thry that first.

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Hit 'a' to frame all the curves. It's probably just a change of the view in the graph editor. If it's a matter of the animation actually changing, not sure how that could have happened, unless you scaled all the keys way down.
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