When you have ONE segment - the active segment is always the Selected-Segment It is easier to use the SEGMENT-EDITOR when there is only one segment in your motion. |
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VIDEO OF THIS TUTORIAL
## Tutorial 7 Edit the Motion when there is only one Segment' |
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The Motion-Law is a 'Flexible Polynomial'. This means, I can edit the 'Start' and 'End' motion-values of all four motion-derivatives individually. There are eight motion-values in total. Part 1:
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Remember - the graphs auto-scale. Therefore, look at the Y-axis to see the minimum and maximum values, as you edit the motion-values. |
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Part 2: Experiment with the Motion-Values and Control-Buttons
Remember - the graphs auto-scale. Therefore, look at the Y-axis as you edit the motion-values.
Continue to observe the motion values in the data-box and the motion in the graphs. |