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Hi, i want to link/sync with xpresso the gradient texture v position animation, with a null animated position along the same spline. I have managed to get them to animate individually, but couldn't find a way to synchronise the speed and location along the spline. I think Jed probably have the answer? Thanks in advance for any help or direction.

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Can you provide a scene and an exact description of the effect you are looking for ?

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  • Thanks Jed, i have just got back, i created an example scene of what i got so far, i am sure you will have a better solution. i also like the null to go back to the beginning of the spline. I want the texture and null to be linked in speed and location.

    Thanks for looking into it.( it's R-15 file)

    Here: 

    Animated_tex_TEST_ 1.c4d

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    Just making the spline uniform would get the 2 things in sync, but here's 2 ideas for you. One has a 0-100% controller for both objects that you could keyframe, 2nd is animated to and fro.

     

    tex1.c4d

     

    tex2.c4d

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  • Thank you Jed, I will have a look at the files straightaway.

    I knew you could solve it.:signthankspin:  

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