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"For each" - Shift last keyframe

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Hej guys - I have a question. (i attached my example as a scene file) 

 

How do I shift a specific keyframe ( the last one ) -  based on the "Iteration" in a for each loop?

What I wanted to achieve something like this:

All cubes starting together with the same speed to move - but they should stop at a different position ( based on the iteration) - (all ease out and ease in).

 

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It would be helpful to shift the last keyframe value in a for each loop.

Is that possible?

 

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All the best.

 

Jack

 

 

 

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Off the top of my head I think you're going to have an easier time of it if you animate explicitly with an expression in the translate channel or even better in a wrangle. Unless there's a particular reason you're constrained to keyframes?

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Because i have over 70 copies in my original scene.... and it's important to have the ease in/out "spline" to control the speed ramps.

 

 

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check out matt's scene file on this topic. you can find it here http://www.tokeru.com/cgwiki/index.php?title=ForLoops under "Loop with timeshift" section.

miss read sry. but i would try a retime with an expression at the "inputrangey". something like originalEndrame-detail("../foreach_meta","iteration",0)

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