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Framed Picture: Real3D Motion model 07 Mar 2016 08:04 #74126

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Here's a simple "framed picture" .



In published parameters have been forced to choose a hierarchical order for the frame materials. In the background, always on, the “plastic layer”, in the middle the “wood layer” and on top the “Finish”. The layers are activated with the corresponding checkboxes, experiment with various combinations. Below there is the check box to activate the front glass.



Unzip and put the folder “Framed Picture“ in User/ Your name/ Movies/Motion/Generators/Pielle
have good fun !
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Framed Picture: Real3D Motion model 16 Nov 2016 17:52 #82852

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Following the changes introduced in Apple Motion 5.3, this model does not work very well anymore. In attachment the compliant update.
Enjoy Pielle
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Framed Picture: Real3D Motion model 07 Aug 2019 14:06 #100773

I like it, but there are no keyframes for animation, are there?

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Framed Picture: Real3D Motion model 08 Aug 2019 17:24 #100794

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Some parameters can be keyframed, some can't.


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Framed Picture: Real3D Motion model 08 Aug 2019 17:54 #100795

The main parameter that I was interested in is keyframing the 3D rotation of the frame, which is missing.

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Framed Picture: Real3D Motion model 09 Aug 2019 02:56 #100800

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Nope, it's there, "Rotation." Just open that section and you have everything you need.

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Framed Picture: Real3D Motion model 09 Aug 2019 03:18 #100801

I am not showing any keyframes, blank. You do show, very strange.
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Framed Picture: Real3D Motion model 09 Aug 2019 12:43 #100806

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Sometimes they don't show up until you mouse over them. Do you have the latest version of the generator and FCPX?

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Framed Picture: Real3D Motion model 09 Aug 2019 14:28 #100807

Sorry to ask what is GENERATOR? I do have the latest FCPX 10.4.6

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Framed Picture: Real3D Motion model 09 Aug 2019 16:10 #100808

I think I found the problem, the keyframes do not exist in the text animation tab, see attached.
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No, that's Apple's space, they don't keyframe a lot of text parameters. All developers can affect is the Published Parameters tab.

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Framed Picture: Real3D Motion model 09 Aug 2019 17:58 #100811

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