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  • Control 2 Keyframes values with a slider

    Posted by Sandro Maia on November 2, 2023 at 11:38 pm


    I usually use this expression to control the second keyframe with a slider (works well when i just have 2 keyframes), but what if i have 4 keyframes, and i want to control the second and the third keyframes with the same slider? It’s possible to adapt this expression? The first and fourth keyframe should keep their defined position.

    prop = thisProperty

    firstKey = prop.key(1).time;

    lastKey = prop.key(2).time;

    distanceTotal = prop.valueAtTime(lastKey) - prop.valueAtTime(firstKey);

    distanceCurrent = prop.valueAtTime(lastKey) - prop.valueAtTime(time);

    percentage = 1 - distanceCurrent/distanceTotal;

    offset = effect("SLIDER")("Slider")

    value + offset*percentage;

    Sandro Maia replied 6 months, 3 weeks ago 1 Member · 0 Replies
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