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Reverse Animation Sequence

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  • Hello All,

    I have my animation set and I am trying to reverse the animtion, so the object comes towards the camera. I read the previous posts on reversing animation, but nothing seems to work, even when I select the keyframes in the time line and right click and select reverse animation, I get nothing...also I want to keep the F curve the same since it took me so long to get it the way I want it.

    thanking all in advance

    rhdamani

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    Judging from the image, it appears that they took the line from number 15 positive and used it to enhance the zero line.............most interesting.

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  • Sorry, not sure what you mean by that, on my monitor all the lines are the same grey color apart from the zero line which is darker.

    Cheers,

    Brian

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    Thanks Brian. I've suggested this to MAXON. I agree it would be useful if it stood out more.

    Nigel

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  • Hi Nigel,

    Many thanks, I send suggestions to them from time to time when I think of stuff like this, but I'm sure they're a lot more likely to listen to yours :signthankspin:

    Cheers,

    Brian

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    Hi guys, i'm late to the party but I just wanted to add a workaround i stumbled across recently.

    If you render to picture viewer and see the list of frames, you can select them all and "save as" jpegs/ tiffs/b3D or whatever you want, then you can navigate to your finder window, (on a mac select list view and arrange by name then flip the order upside down. For some reason C4D recognises the finder arrangment rather than the number of the files, so when you drag those files back into the picture viewer, it takes on that upside down order, not the order it is meant to be. It's an effective way to export a new .mov with this technique if a movie is what you would like...

    Is that helpful? Or just irrelevant to what you were wanting to do?

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