Use Part 1 of your Pivot animation to show you can control timing of frames.
– Choose a sequence of about 30 frames from your animation
– Delete the rest and save your pivot file with a new name.
– ‘Save as’ the sequence as individual .jpg frames
– Import frames into Animator THREE TIMES in a row and set the frame rate to 60fps
– Change the timing of your animation by changing the number of frames used in Animator
o Create THREE different sequences (one for each set of images)
1. A simple scene, where every frame is used once. (Use each frame 4 times)
2. A scene where action gets progressively slower after an impact (increase # of frames) AND STOPS
3. A scene where action speeds up for a few frames after an impact, then goes back to normal (first use fewer frames, and then increase them again)
o Changes in speed should be clearly visible.
o Submit all three files as DivX animations
– Use a frame rate of 60fps and start by using each frame 4 times for a 15fps clip
– Things that speed up will use FEWER frames, slower action MORE frames
three unique segments that follow the instructions above
Add Make sure to have all three versions in one file, so they play back-to-back