Baking Mixer animation back out

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  06 June 2003
Question Baking Mixer animation back out

hi there,

I've just got a quick question about the mixer. I was wondering, after you've blended together a few clips, is it possible to then bake the raw curves back into the objects?

thanks - petey
  06 June 2003

You can:

Select all your clips and and transistion effects you and

From the Mixer Menu Clip>Create Compound

This will take all your animations and make one clip.

Next Select the new Compound clip and from the Mixer Menu choose Clip>Freeze to New Source.

This makes a new source that you can use.

You can now delete the compound clip from the Mixer.

Open the Explorer and find that newly made Source and select it.

Then Animate>Actions>Apply Action.

That should do it.

There may be an easier way and if so, please some one chime in. But this is how I do it. Sounds a little complicated by its actually like 3 steps.

  06 June 2003
It's so crazy it might just work!
Thanks for the excellent description. I'll give it a bash.
  01 January 2006
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