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Motion 101 - The Basics
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  • Student479399
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    Joined: Apr 9th, 2021
    Duplicating animation further down the timeline
    I have a skeleton that is fully animated taking two steps. I don't want to re-keyframe every element for every step. Essentially I want to duplicate this action further down the timeline relative to a new location so it takes steps all the way across the screen. In other words, if the right foot starts at point "A" and ends at point "C", I want to duplicate the action from point "A" continuing at point "C" with all the keyframes being relative to the new location in point "C". I've tried cloning, duplicating, copying and pasting, duplicating in the keyframe editor but nothing gets me the results I want; as soon as the action starts in point "C", everything slides back to point "A" and continues from there. Obviously I'm screwing up something extremely simple...
  • Joe A
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    Joined: Oct 1st, 2013
    Re: Duplicating animation further down the timeline
    Hi - I've linked this thread to the most recent MPV course on Motion, maybe there'll be something in there that will help with what you're looking to do. I'm an audio guy myself -- I do some video editing but the specifics of this are outside my level of expertise -- but perhaps another Motion user/guru who sees this thread will be able to offer some guidance..
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