May 19, 2013, 11:31:24 am
They're great animations by 3D Cordoba.
Here's a test sample with some characters on a boat.
Using Move is not successful, even though you would think it should be. Lumion is interpolating the animation different for each object even though the distance for all is (roughly) the same.
Using Advanced Move, I can get a better synch of the objects. Not perfect, but close, just a small thing to fix at end of animation. So long as the objects are moving in a line (no turns and more complex paths) it will work OK.
See other recent posts on animation. Four or more keyframes result in an interpolation method that uses a smoothing curve, less keyframes reverts to a linear interpolation. This example should also work for a nice simple linear, will test.
edit: added simple linear using Advanced Move; easier to setup and results are better, seems easier to set end positions first for last keyframe then do the start keyframe. To get the best? view at end of clip, set the last animation keyframe to slightly past the length of the clip. This clip is 3.71 seconds, animation is 4 seconds.
Same should be possible with moving some lights for a car. Note that the view/shot and length is only such to give impression of..