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Blender 3D Basics by Gordon Fisher

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Time for action — keyframes for lights

Next we'll look at making keyframes when in the Properties window, ones for light color specifically:

  1. Move the Current Frame Indicator to frame 1.
  2. Click on theRMB to select the lamp in the 3D View. Select the Object Data button in the header of the Properties window. It's the seventh button from the left with the lamp, as shown in the following screenshot:
    Time for action — keyframes for lights
  3. Down in the Lamp subpanel, there is the white box that you used to change the lamp color earlier. Move the cursor over that box and Press I to insert a keyframe. There is no menu, but the white box gets a border. In the Graph Editor you now see a control curve ...

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