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Old 06-09-2013, 08:48 PM   #1
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Post Project for tomorow morning and i got a keyframe problem...

Hey everyone!

Sooo i got a project i need to give to my teacher tomorrow morning but i just realise that i've "auto-screwed" myself with my keyframe...
I've did a 60 sec animation and i did the animation in "reverse" mode. I mean i've started to animate my scene at the last keyframe to the first keyframe... (1800 to 1) But now i'm just out of keyframe ... and i get about 40 independant moving group so it's a pure pain to move them one by one... Any sugestion ?

I need to switch 1800F to 2400F and swap everything one shot to get more keyframe at the beginning without "damaging" the animation part i've already done.

To be more clear, currently my animation take frame 1 to 1800 and i want to switch to 2400F but , i want my current animation (1-1800) to switch at (440-2400).

I'm sorry for my english i'm french.
Have a nice day guys!
 
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