Profile Picture

Transition curve

Posted By CeZikk 3 Years Ago
You don't have permission to rate!
Author
Message
CeZikk
CeZikk
Posted 3 Years Ago
View Quick Profile
Distinguished Member

Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)

Group: Forum Members
Last Active: Last Year
Posts: 43, Visits: 224
Hi guys!
This is really annoying. Isn't there really an option to change the transition curves for multiple keyframes? I mostly use smooth transition and I always need to change it from linear keyframe by keyframe. Such a waste of time...
Rampa
Rampa
Posted 3 Years Ago
View Quick Profile
Distinguished Member

Distinguished Member (28.4K reputation)Distinguished Member (28.4K reputation)Distinguished Member (28.4K reputation)Distinguished Member (28.4K reputation)Distinguished Member (28.4K reputation)Distinguished Member (28.4K reputation)Distinguished Member (28.4K reputation)Distinguished Member (28.4K reputation)Distinguished Member (28.4K reputation)

Group: Forum Members
Last Active: 3 hours ago
Posts: 7.5K, Visits: 43.5K
Select all your keyframes by dragging a rectangle over them, or double-clicking the track name on the left. Now right-clck on one of them and set your curve. It will apply to all of them.

If it works the same as iClone, anyway. See if it works. Smile
Edited
3 Years Ago by Rampa
CeZikk
CeZikk
Posted 3 Years Ago
View Quick Profile
Distinguished Member

Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)

Group: Forum Members
Last Active: Last Year
Posts: 43, Visits: 224
It doesn't work. When I click the Transition Curve, all the keyframes I selected (except the one I clicked on) are getting deselected.
Peter (RL)
Peter (RL)
Posted 3 Years Ago
View Quick Profile
Distinguished Member

Distinguished Member (66.1K reputation)Distinguished Member (66.1K reputation)Distinguished Member (66.1K reputation)Distinguished Member (66.1K reputation)Distinguished Member (66.1K reputation)Distinguished Member (66.1K reputation)Distinguished Member (66.1K reputation)Distinguished Member (66.1K reputation)Distinguished Member (66.1K reputation)

Group: Administrators
Last Active: 8 hours ago
Posts: 18.0K, Visits: 27.6K
In CTA3 you can change the transition curve between two keys by right clicking the second key and choosing Transition Curve. You can't automatically do this for all the keyframes in one go sadly.

                                                                

Peter
Forum Administrator

www.reallusion.com


CeZikk
CeZikk
Posted 3 Years Ago
View Quick Profile
Distinguished Member

Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)Distinguished Member (1.0K reputation)

Group: Forum Members
Last Active: Last Year
Posts: 43, Visits: 224
Yes I know how to do it Smile Really hoped that I missed something. Too bad. CTA workflow is not very user-friendly.
bobdoyle
bobdoyle
Posted 2 Years Ago
View Quick Profile
Distinguished Member

Distinguished Member (2.6K reputation)Distinguished Member (2.6K reputation)Distinguished Member (2.6K reputation)Distinguished Member (2.6K reputation)Distinguished Member (2.6K reputation)Distinguished Member (2.6K reputation)Distinguished Member (2.6K reputation)Distinguished Member (2.6K reputation)Distinguished Member (2.6K reputation)

Group: Forum Members
Last Active: 5 Months Ago
Posts: 185, Visits: 636
Agreed, this is particularly annoying. RARELY do I use linear transitions when I'm dealing with people and animals moving, and even looping a captured clip, I have to RE-assign the transition curve to every iteration...and with a dog tail wagging for example, that's pretty freakin' tedious.

----

Meet Bob Doyle
World's Greatest (iClone) Interview with Bob Doyle
josephnarai
josephnarai
Posted 4 Months Ago
View Quick Profile
New Member

New Member (81 reputation)New Member (81 reputation)New Member (81 reputation)New Member (81 reputation)New Member (81 reputation)New Member (81 reputation)New Member (81 reputation)New Member (81 reputation)New Member (81 reputation)

Group: Forum Members
Last Active: 4 Months Ago
Posts: 7, Visits: 19
Is there any update on this issue? This is a deal breaker - making necessary hundreds of right clicks and select transition curve. Completely wasteful of time. Has this been added as a feature request? When can we expect an update to address this?
e1_scheer
e1_scheer
Posted 2 Months Ago
View Quick Profile
Veteran Member

Veteran Member (603 reputation)Veteran Member (603 reputation)Veteran Member (603 reputation)Veteran Member (603 reputation)Veteran Member (603 reputation)Veteran Member (603 reputation)Veteran Member (603 reputation)Veteran Member (603 reputation)Veteran Member (603 reputation)

Group: Forum Members
Last Active: Yesterday
Posts: 72, Visits: 863
I agree and I can't believe the original post is over three years old without this issue being adressed.
I'm very close to getting a license for cartoon animator, but as others have said before me, this as
well as the absence of a curve editor, onion skinning or motion trails is a deal-breaker.

If these features were on the roadmap, I would probably still get a license and wait for them to be
added, but the fact that this isn't even on the reallusion radar, is pretty worrying.  These features
are not the sexiest, but they are necessary to get any real animation work done.


Edited
2 Months Ago by e1_scheer
vepop
vepop
Posted 2 Months Ago
View Quick Profile
Distinguished Member

Distinguished Member (3.7K reputation)Distinguished Member (3.7K reputation)Distinguished Member (3.7K reputation)Distinguished Member (3.7K reputation)Distinguished Member (3.7K reputation)Distinguished Member (3.7K reputation)Distinguished Member (3.7K reputation)Distinguished Member (3.7K reputation)Distinguished Member (3.7K reputation)

Group: Forum Members
Last Active: 3 hours ago
Posts: 707, Visits: 6.3K
Peter (RL) (7/10/2017)
In CTA3 you can change the transition curve between two keys by right clicking the second key and choosing Transition Curve. You can't automatically do this for all the keyframes in one go sadly.

.
Not sure if  it will work when we save the motion first by using the 'Collect Clip' feature. Then apply the saved motion to the character.
Apply the transition curve thereafter. 

Edited
2 Months Ago by vepop
e1_scheer
e1_scheer
Posted 2 Months Ago
View Quick Profile
Veteran Member

Veteran Member (603 reputation)Veteran Member (603 reputation)Veteran Member (603 reputation)Veteran Member (603 reputation)Veteran Member (603 reputation)Veteran Member (603 reputation)Veteran Member (603 reputation)Veteran Member (603 reputation)Veteran Member (603 reputation)

Group: Forum Members
Last Active: Yesterday
Posts: 72, Visits: 863
HI Vepop,

Thanks for the suggestion but didn't seem to make any difference

Edited
2 Months Ago by e1_scheer



Reading This Topic