Creating keyframes in Set Key mode 3ds max
3ds max Animation And to create a rotation key I’ll just click on the set keys button, the big plus sign. Alright, now there’s a key frame for rotation there and I can know that if I just move my time slider over, I can see now that my key frame is bi-colored. It’s got two colors, a red and a green on frame zero. These other ones that I created earlier are only red. Red is position and green is rotation. So I have position key at frame 70, and a position and a rotation key at frame zero.
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Alright, so let’s go down to the end of the animation, then. Frame 149, and create another rotation key, rotate around the Z axis, and then frame the shot, we don’t want to go too far, let’s go maybe about that far. And then once again press the plus sign to create a key frame. And then we can check our work, rewind, and play it back. And we’ve got a little bit of an arc going around. It’s got a bit of a hiccup there and we can fix that later. Maybe with motion paths, smooth that out. But that’s the basic concept of creating key frames in set key mode.