Animation Techniques, Key Framing Camera Movement in Muvizu, Auto Mode. To use keyframing in Muvizu you’ll need the paid version of Muvizu plus the keyframing expansion pack.
Keyframing is defined as changing an object’s properties over time in your video. And, keyframing is useful for changing the properties of objects as part of your video. Keyframing techniques are used to move cameras for effects such as panning, following the action or causing a camera to jump to another part of our scene.
This video is a follow-up to the keyframing camera movement video. In this video we will cover the Auto Mode for camera movement. But first I want to present a bit more about Stepped Mode and Linear Mode.
There are three types of keyframe actions form which to choose.
When you place the end keyframe on the timeline you will choose from three types of camera movement:
1) Stepped – the camera moves instantly to the new position when the end keyframe is reached
2) Linear – the camera pans to the new position – the speed of the camera pan depends on the amount of time between the keyframes – if there are 3 seconds between keyframes then that’s the duration of your pan if there are 30 seconds between keyframes then you’re looking at a slow 30 second pan
3) The third type of movement is Auto which is similar to Linear except the camera weaves a path along three or more keyframes.
Animation Techniques – Keyframing Camera… by BobMedia