The slow speed is very fast when animations are played back. Can ya tone it down some?
You could manually slow it down yourself by entering pause frames in each frames, however to achieve the best animation results - you will get a much much smoother and slower animations if you do more frames and make each frame less different than the previous.
For example if a ball is bouncing do 10 frames instead of 5 frames from the time it hits the ground til the time it hits the top. This will make your animation slower but more importantly much smoother!
Ohhhhhhh. Thanks Mick.
I am missing something because I got lowest setting on and I even went edited back.
I could go back start over or used saved files but I don't see any way to make slower or how to even remove or change frames.
Other than that volume control option which I thought I had at lowest setting but it wasn't very clear.
Last edited by JoveDagonXanith (08 Jan, 2011 2:31 am)
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