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Blender 3D 2.49 Architecture, Buildings, and Scenery by Allan Brito

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Keyframes

If we want to create any kind of animation, we must add and manipulate keyframes in Blender. To understand what a keyframe is, we have to think about how the animation is formed. All animation is made of a series of frames, rendered in order to create a motion image. When a series of images are played at a rate of twenty-four frames per second, we will have the appearance of motion.

With keyframes, we can set up the properties of an object at a specific point in the animation. For instance, we can set up a camera to be at the entrance of a house in Frame 1 and then outside of the house, a hundred meters away, at Frame 400. What will happen when we hit play? Because the camera is placed in different positions and frames, the animation ...

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