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Old 09-05-2013, 12:53 PM   #1
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making previous keyframes static

Hi there! I just started using messiah recently, after finding out how well it work in combination with LW. I find messiah very easy for rigging, but the animation part is what confuses me a lot, specifically the keyframing bit. In the beginning I had problems with channels, and after searching the forum archive, I realized that I wasn't the first one. But after a lot of digging on very little documentation that messiah has, I realized how the channels and everything else works. But there is still one thing that bugs the hell out of me. How to make previous keyframes static, so when I change values in the next keyframe that it doesn't effect the previous one. Example that I'm working with: I wan't the characters legs to be static until one moment when they quickly move.
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