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how can I orientation from 0 to 90 backward

Community Beginner ,
Sep 07, 2021 Sep 07, 2021

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i want to orientation this square from 0 to 90 backward like 0 > 360 > 270 > 90 (yellow arrow) but when I keyframe 0 and 90 it will move like 0 >50>90 (red arrow)

help me please

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Adobe Employee , Sep 07, 2021 Sep 07, 2021
Hi Prince, I appriciate you reaching out. I agree with Mylenium, using Oriantation to rotate the object could complicate things. Based on the screenshot, try rotating the Z axis and instead of typing "90" try "-270". Let us know if it helps. Thanks, Nishu

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Sep 07, 2021 Sep 07, 2021

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If you really use orientation, then you are doing it wrong. Only rotation should be animated. You may want to read up on that old Quarternion vs. Euler thing and what generally best practices for 3D rigging are, not just in AE. This is a common thing even in 3D programs and on complex rigs will also entail using Nulls and parenting to neutrlize and decouple individual rotation axes to prevent gimbal lock. Again, you need to study up on this on a broader basis.

 

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Hi Prince,

 

I appriciate you reaching out.

I agree with Mylenium, using Oriantation to rotate the object could complicate things. Based on the screenshot, try rotating the Z axis and instead of typing "90" try "-270".

Let us know if it helps.


Thanks,

Nishu

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