4 Replies Latest reply on Aug 30, 2014 10:54 PM by Rick Gerard

# Two wiggles in the same camera position

Hi there!

I have a huge problem, which i guess you can help me with, guys. So here it is:

I'm using a wiggle expression in camera's position:

startFrame = framesToTime(492); stopFrame = framesToTime(670); easeOver = framesToTime(20); freq = 0.5; amp = 35; if((time >= startFrame)&&(time < stopFrame)){ if(time < startFrame + easeOver) linear(time, startFrame, startFrame + easeOver, value, wiggle(freq,amp)); if(time >= stopFrame - easeOver) linear(time, stopFrame - easeOver, stopFrame, wiggle(freq,amp), value); else wiggle(freq,amp); } else value

which basically wiggles the camera from frame 492 to frame 670 (with a little blending at initial and final frames). I'd like to use the same expression for the same camera and position, which will start at frame 860 and end at 920, but... When i use the same expression, just copy it under the existing one- it basically uses the second one without the first one.

So my question is- How can i force them both to work for me?

thanks

Harshit Bahl

Designer

• ###### 1. Re: Two wiggles in the same camera position

Hard way: put if statements in your expressions to divide them into sections.

Easy way: parent the camera to anal and apply the second expression to the no.

• ###### 2. Re: Two wiggles in the same camera position

Thanks sir

it worked

Harshit Bahl

Suntech Interiors

• ###### 3. Re: Two wiggles in the same camera position

Rick Gerard wrote:

Easy way: parent the camera to anal and apply the second expression to the no.

Damn you autocorrect!

• ###### 4. Re: Two wiggles in the same camera position

Replied with voice to text using my iPhone while riding on the bus. OOPSEY...

It 's not the most embarrassing VTT error I've had though