New Keyframe Look For R14: What Are Those New Triangle Icons?

November 21, 2012 - By 


In this quick video, I talk about what those new triangle keyframe things are in C4D R14.

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  • Thank’s for that quick info Nick!

  • Whats wrong with Hall and Oats?

  • Here is a great tutorial about exploring the new attribute manager:
    https://vimeo.com/49893130

    Thank you helloluxx.com

  • Great work…much appreciated.

    Here is a humble request for a future tut:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OJr9_F9-33Y

    @ :25 begins flipping triangles. But, the tough part is getting the geometry to blend with two images in transition. Also msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa480174.aspx gives the details on the unique movement of the triangles themselves which is helpful. At :28 it becomes another mesh of randomly selected geometry.

    I am a novice with R13 trying to get some more time with the software and I find your products very helpful (tex/ lighting kits). Thanks and keep up the good work.

    Gobble, gobble.

  • Where can i get that sexy dragon? 🙂

  • I just want to say to keep doing what you do. I admire that you take the effort to make even these small tips into a short clip, they really encourage me to keep watching them all.

  • LOLOLOL….@ “Now its Hall and Oats!” lol!!!!!

  • Would love to know how to use expresso when it comes to lighting. What do you do with the expresso? Enhance the lighting or try to make it look a certain way? I’d really like to learn how to because I want to move on from doing basic-moderate lighting

  • Awsome! thanks!!! very nice and usefull!!

  • I love C4d but I don’t have R14 yet
    link for c4d-14 please
    I can’t find it. ……….

  • What version of cinema you usually work on?
    I am having a tough time finding some tools.
    Can you please link up your layout.

  • Hi!

    So I’m animating the grow parameter in c4dtools gridmaker, which is one of these little xpresso keyframe buttons and my keyframes do not show up in the timeline. Is this a side effect of the nature of the xpresso keyframes? Have you ever run into this problem?

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