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

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Managing keyframes

Sometimes we may want to manage the keyframes used to build an animation, such as moving, erasing, or duplicating these keyframes. To do that, we can use a window named NLA Editor. There we can select each keyframe and do almost anything that we can do in the 3D view with 3D objects. For instance, we can move, rotate, and erase a keyframe:

Managing keyframes

The process of doing that is very simple, and uses the same shortcut keys used for the 3D view. Of course, the only thing that we can't do in the NLA Editor is a rotation:

  • Right-click: Select a keyframe. If you want to select multiple keyframes, just hold the SHIFT key while you click on the ...

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