You Are The Director in Poser 6 - 2
Many Scenes Make An AnimationYou can use Poser to create 3D animations. Think of an animation as a group of static scenes put together to create the illusion of movement. Creating an animation in Poser is much like creating an animation in 2D animation programs such as Flash R. First, you will create several scenes to be used as keyframes that set the major points along the animation. For example, you might have three scenes of a bug crawling up the wall. In your first scene, your bug is on the floor. In the second scene, he is half way up the wall and in the third scene he is almost to the ceiling. When you place these scenes along the Poser timeline, Poser will generate the frames that fall in between (tweening) and in the finished animation, you will see the bug crawl up the entire wall. The big difference when working with 3D animations is that your bug can move within 3D space. So he can do more than crawl up the flat wall. He can also grow wings and fly around the room in 3D. You can even export your animations as Flash SWF files for your website.
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