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Old 09 September 2007   #1
Copy animation parameters

Hello

I'm trying to understand if there is a way to copy animation params from one object to another.
I have a project with a disc and a plane that are childs of a cloner object. The plane is animated and works fine, but now I need to replace the plane by a sphere. Instead of re-creating the animation I wanted to know if I can just sort of have the disc inherit the animation of the plane...
In After Effects you would just alt-drag a footage item from the Project window to the timeline, but obviously that doesn't work in C4d, so I'm wondering if there is some kind of built in mechanism to do that?
I tried making my disc a child of the plane, but that didn't really work

Thanks
Alex
 
Old 09 September 2007   #2
Open the Timeline / open the object /
if you have Position, Scale and Rotation keyframes, select these three folders /
hold down the control-key and drag these folders on to any other object.

Cheers
Nolan
 
Old 09 September 2007   #3
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