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Why do some motion layer keys appear in between frames??

Posted By Lamias 2 Years Ago
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Why do some motion layer keys appear in between frames??

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Hey guys, this has been driving me crazy. I am sure there is a simple answer/fix, but I can't find it.

Sometimes when I double click on the motion layer track to create a key, it is created in between frames. It does not appear on the frame I clicked, but it does not appear on the previous frame either. It appears IN BETWEEN those two frames. One, how is this possible? and two, how do I correct this..?

See the screenshot? The key is not on the frame I clicked, but it's not on the next frame either. It's between those two frames.

https://forum.reallusion.com/uploads/images/d053e8c5-e936-4bb9-8032-bcbb.jpg

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Happens to me all the time...drives me crazy!!! I mentioned it but didn't seem to be a big deal. Didn't do a ticket though. Maybe should.


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It looks like your clip may be stretched a bit. The frames display within the clip will change as you stretch the clip. It will even be of varying size if apply easing, or things like that.

0:50 in this video shows the display scaling, and makes it pretty clear why it does it.

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Thanks Rampa.

I found that if I flatten the clip after having stretched it, the key positions go back to normal. Although further testing may be required of this (and I still can't see the reason why it happens).

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Thanks for the head-up rampa that key jump got me to


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