To create a turntable animation
- Select the object(s) for which you want
to create a turntable animation.
Animate > Turntable > .
Turntable options window appears.
- Enter the number of frames you want the
turntable animation to play for and then click Ok.
The number of frames you specify determines the speed of your turntable
animation. For example, a turntable animation of 60 frames will
play back twice as fast as a turntable animation of 120 frames.
A camera named turntableCameran is
created, and your current view becomes the view of the new turntable
NoteThe turntable camera’s
view is locked. You can not dolly, tumble, or track the turntable
- (Optional) If you want your turntable
animation to loop, change your scene’s Playback End Time to
the number of frames you entered in the Number of Frames field
of the Create Turntable Animation options window.
- Click the Play button
in the Animation Playback Controls.
The turntable camera
orbits around the selected object(s). This creates a turntable-style animation
of the object(s) for the number of frames you specified.
By default, the turntable
animation begins at frame 1 and plays through the specified frame