Tagged 'KeyFrame'

Extended Timeline

15 votes

This free script allows you to easily navigate in timeline. You can change the active time segment by dragging the slider, or zooming with your mouse wheel.

Bug report: [email protected]

Version info:
1.6.1 (2013. Apr 7.) Error in new scene fixed, callback event error fixed, zoom to selected keyframes works with biped objects.
1.6 (2013. Mar 19.) Available to Zoom to selected keyframes.

Ani Baked

37 votes

Ani Baked (animation tool for creating keys on every-frame)

Similar to Cache Bar except this isn't using any cache files. This allows you to make key frames on your object at every frame. Great way to take procedural animation and make keys out of it. Works on your selection.

Automatically bake the animation to a point helper or to the Original Object. After baking down the animation you can clean up the keys.


1 vote


Offset the keyframes of all selected objects.

Offset all keyframes or just the selected keyframes

Crude Biped Key Reduction

0 votes


This will dismantle that wall of motion captured key frames into something more manageable. It’s not the most sophisticated of algorithms. But, it gets the job done and leaves you with nicely lined up key-poses. To use simply:

Isolate Track

23 votes

Isolate Track

When an object has several “object keyframes” of different parameters at the same frame time (e.g. a morpher with multiple targets, or baseObject’s radius and segments animated), all of these keyframes are displayed as one “grey object key” in the timeline.

Isolate Track popups (under mouse cursor) a rollout that displays all the animatable tracks of the current modifier stack selection, and quickly isolates the selected track keyframes in the timeline.

Store Frame Markers

21 votes

This is a simple little floater that allows you to store and recal frames in time. By default it sets markers at 10% intervals across the timeline. Shift+Click to memorize a frame number.



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