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Applying Operators to multiple objects

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Hello~

I have a question that I need help.  We are adding a single Operators to multiple objects.

Is it possible to apply modifiers to multiple objects at once?

does anyone have any ideas for me? Look at the attached picture.

I would really appreciate your help.

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Please attach a scene file, will be easier to help. Have you tried with iteration list?


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  • Hi~ Thank you for your interest. Of course, I Tried with iteration and link list. But delay effector does not apply.

     

     

    Thanks in advance.

     

    I've attached  a Scene file. 

    test.c4d

    test2.c4d

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    Maybe I am missing something, but why aren't you using cloner and effectors to your advantage? :)

    There is no need for multiple objects and multiple animation tracks etc.

    Here is an example:

    Clone_delay.c4d


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  • Thank you for the kind response.  thanks a lot.
    That's because... Each of many objects must apply different animations. 
    There are more objects in what I really want to make than we thought. 

    I lacked an explanation. Sorry

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