Good evening, I do not speak English well and so I apologize.
I'm new and novice with after effects for which I apologize if some of the terms may be wrong.
Basically I have a project of 300 freim (10 sec.) And I need to rotate an object null.
The null object must rotate every 5 freim on the x-axis by 30 degrees.
Is there a function to do it automatically?
I did everything by hand but I do not know if this is the right way.
Pending thank
Mark
Io sono nuovo e alle prime armi con after effects per cui chiedo scusa se sbaglierò qualche termine.
In pratica ho un progetto di 300 freim (10 sec.) E ho la necessità di ruotare un oggetto null .
L oggetto null deve ruotare sulla asse x ogni 5 freim di 30 gradi.
Esiste una funzione che lo faccia in automatico?
Io ho fatto tutto a mano ma non so se questo è il modo giusto.
In attesa ringrazio
Marco
It just takes a little arithmetic. It's very simple. A ten-year-old child could do it. First, let's assume you work in 29.97 frames/sec; 300 frames would be 10 seconds, which sounds logical. But this dead-simple process works at any frame rate.
You want to rotate 30-degrees every 5 frames, so let's find out how much rotation there is over 10-seconds.
300/5=60. This means that over 10 seconds, you want to rotate by the amount of 30*60, or 1800-degrees.
Begin by making a keyframe at 00:00 at zero degrees. Go to 09:29 (which is 10-seconds or 300 frames) and make another keyframe. Now alter the number of degrees by clicking in the space for degrees and typing, "+1800". You're done. AE figures out how many rotations and degrees you actually mean... in your case, it's 5 rotations.
Since that's a somewhat fast rotation, you may want to consider using Motion Blur.