Click on the Animation tab to open the Animation window.
To add a node to animate, either:
Dragging and dropping from the Graph editor will not work because it will just move the node in the graph.
The node should now be visible in the Animation window:
The next step is to add a parameter to animate.
To add a parameter to animate, either:
If you open the window a second time, the
parameters already animated appear checked and grayed out at the
end of the list:
In both cases, Instant Terra creates a track for the parameter to be animated, shown below in the red frame.
A timebar located above the track represents the passage of time in seconds. The red frame represents the time bar common to all tracks.
An animation has a default duration of five seconds, but it is possible to modify this duration.
Depending on the zoom level, the time bar can be graduated in tenths of a second, seconds, or tens of seconds.
The timebar above is graduated in tenths of a second.
The timebar above is graduated in seconds.
The timebar above is graduated in tens of seconds.
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