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Animation in K3D

This message was originally posted by Nemo2 on 07/28/2006 09:27:38
Hello,
What is able K3D as animation exactly ?
I don’t find any information about the actual version 0.5.15.0
My dream will be to have a real keyframe feature in k3d... Is it already possible using script ?
Else what is possible ?
Thanks for your answers.
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Bruno.

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Animation in K3D

This message was originally posted by Timothy M. Shead on 07/29/2006 10:48:36
You can connect any node property to any other property of the same type. If you connect a property, directly or indirectly, to the \"time\" property of the TimeSource node that is part of every new document, then its value will change over time. Using scripted modifiers with \"time\" as an input, you can create arbitrarily-complex animations, see
http://www.k-3d.org/wiki/Category:Scripting
Also, try some of the sample documents located in share/documents/animation, which demonstrate scripted animation.
All of this is extremely powerful, but not particularly friendly. K-3D 0.7 will focus on adding the features to the user interface (such as keyframes) that people expect.
Cheers,
Tim

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This message was originally posted by Nobody/Anonymous on 08/07/2006 23:31:54
I think I figured this out.
For some reason my XP box already has a copy of xmlparse.dll and xmltok.dll. Both are older versions so I just renamed the ones not recently installed to xmlparse.old and xmltok.old just in case I needed to get them back for some reason. After renaming the old files, K3d works just fine. :P

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This message was originally posted by Timothy M. Shead on 08/08/2006 08:47:34
We actually did make some progress on this since your original post, see
http://www.k-3d.org/wiki/Troubleshooting_DLLs
for the official word on this problem.
Cheers,
Tim

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