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Ball (Character) is spinning extremly fast!

Hi, I created a very simple blueprint project. Where i only created a new game mode for my level and set the default pawn to my character. In the character I added a sphere, which should spin when I press the space bar. I tryed to achive this by adding to the capsule component a force. The problem is that after the ball reaches a certain velocity it starts to spinning extremly fast. How can I achive the ball to spins nice and smooth? alt textalt text

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asked Apr 09 '18 at 04:49 PM in Blueprint Scripting

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avatar image HuoCrazeh Apr 09 '18 at 07:04 PM

One way you could do it is.

Timeline: you could either do a Float Track or a Vector Track

Float track: you create a Float track add 2 points have one at 0 0 next one you have at the amount of time out want and den 360 the lower the second number the faster the spin have it on loop also.

Vector Track: you create a Vector track and on z add 2 points make first one at 0 0 and next is the amount of time you want an on second one put 360

plug either of these methods up to a set actor rotation

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You can also use the RotatingMovement component. It adds a rotational movement to an actor. And you can enable / disable the component at will and even change the rotation rate.

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answered Apr 09 '18 at 07:23 PM

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