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  1. Here is a video that should help.
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  2. Im making you a quick video that should explain things better. Dan
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  3. No, this is one of the primary skills of the animator. Character animation is one of the harder things to do in 3D, which normally takes years to master. You shouldn't expect it to be easy, or particularly intuitive, but Cinema makes it as easy as something so complex can be.... it sounds like to you need to watch a basic video on the principles of keyframe animation, which you can find a huge number of on Youtube etc.... CBR
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  4. Hello Dan (and everybody who is struggling a bit with the same issue I had) I think I discovered a very, very nice solution to my problem. I am not sure if this is only on version R21 of C4D (I will check later on my R18 perpetual license later on) But I realised after I removed the keyframes when creating a new motion clip, a new timeline appears on top of my main character animation, folded, with the name of the motion clip I just created (in this case, Walk Cycle)... when opening, I can see the entire embbed animation from the motion clip in there (the same as accessing Dope Sheet fr
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  5. Hello Dan! I am absolutely grateful for you taking the time to explain this! I had no idea about the difference between animation layer/motion clip, etc.. for me, it was all part of the same thing somehow. But thanks to you, now I know the key difference! I will go through this tests before I get on with the animation process (I am doing a personal short film at the moment, with 3 characters, etc... ) so this will definitely save me a lot of time, I can already tell. And I will say it, thanks to your amazing tutorial on youtube, I learned so much more about Motion Clips... an asp
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