Wedrownik

Hello friends,

I am learning animation in the Blender 2.8 but have a problem with offseting frames to make moves more natural. Cant find some kind of the offset option in the Blender. Cant really find it in the internet also :/

Does anyone know how can I find this option? It would really help me.

Cheers!
Wedro
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Nate

I'm not familiar with Blender, sorry! We invented the offsetting in Spine, maybe it's unique?
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Harald

Unfortunately I'm not yet used to the new Blender 2.8 version, but in 2.7 you could move keyframes around just as you would move vertices: by selecting them in the dopesheet and then moving them with hotkey 'g'. Don't know if this still applies to 2.8 though.
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Wedrownik

Thank you for response :)

Nate, its really possible. Was searching Blender forums looking for overlapping/offset but couldnt find anything about this.

Harald, I was trying to move them like this and its fine but cant move them like in the spine offset's tool. I mean to move keyframes only in the start-end area and when they reach the end of timeline, start appear on its start.

Generally, I dont need to just move keyframes, I need exacly what Offset does in the Spine.
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Nate

Worst case you do it manually: move the keys, set a key at the loop's end frame, cut all keys after that frame, paste them at the start. Doing that manually is a bit of a pain of course!
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Wedrownik

Hah ! I was doing exacly same work in the Spine, until know offset tool :rofl: Eh...nooby times :upsidedown: :upsidedown: :upsidedown:
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Harald

Someone could implement the feature as a Blender plugin and call it "Offset (c) Esotericsoftware" ;)
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