A menu bar appears at the top of Track View in both Curve Editor and Dope Sheet modes and the expanded track bar layout. The Track View menu bar is contextual; it changes slightly between Curve Editor and Dope Sheet modes.
The Modes menu lets you switch between the Curve Editor and Dope Sheet when working in Track View.
The Controller menu gives you tools for working with controllers that are assigned to objects or tracks when in the Curve Editor or Dope Sheet.
There are two types of special tracks that can be accessed from the Tracks menu: Note tracks and Visibility tracks.
The commands on the Keys menu let you add, remove, slide, or scale keys while you work in either the Curve Editor or the Dope Sheet.
The Curves menu is only available when working in Track View's Curve Editor mode. The tools on this menu facilitate curve adjustments.
Use tools on the Time menu to edit, adjust, or reverse time. The Time menu is available only when Track View is in Dope Sheet mode.
The Options menu contains a series of toggles and switches that control how items are handled in the Controller window.
Display is only available when Track View is in Curve Editor mode. The toggles in the Display menu let you adjust and customize how the items in the Curve Editor appear.
These commands replicate those found on the Navigation toolbar in Track View.
Thegives you access to the Track View Utilities dialog. The dialog shows a list of tools you can use when working with keys. This menu is available in both Curve Editor and Dope Sheet modes.
Right-clicking the Key window or Hierarchy list brings up a quad menu that offers instant access to tools. The menu is context-sensitive, so its contents vary, depending on what is highlighted. For example, when the Hierarchy list is active, you can assign copy and paste controllers, and open properties which you can animate. You can set the Auto Expand and Manual Navigation controls to change the behavior of the Controller window display.