Rendering negative FRAMES ?

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Old 06 June 2013   #1
Rendering negative FRAMES ?

Hey,
i just went through the similar forum, conclusion was to move the keyframes from negative to positive.
IN MY PARTICULAR SCENE,
i have a animation which has several objects & camera animated ( no dynamics). but the frame range is -180 to 180.

i tried selecting all the objects and shifting the keys to zeroth frame, some objects anim keys get shifted properly but the problem occurs with the display animation in particular objects as in i applied the display tag to some objects, in which the visibility animates. But the keyframes of the visibility does not show on the timeline and i want to shift them.

If i could get help on shifting the keyframes without affecting the anim step by step that would be very helpful !
 
Old 06 June 2013   #2
change your display options in the timeline so everything is infact displaying, then shift the keys as you were before.
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Old 06 June 2013   #3
Hey kai,
Sorry 'm a newbie to this software, can you tell me where could i find the display options in timeline.Will be overwhelmed

thanks
 
Old 06 June 2013   #4
Hey,
got it thanks anyways,

goto timeline>View>automatic mode.

then i see the display (visibility) curves too.
 
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