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Matinee Loop


I'm attempting a straight forward animation sequence with an actor moving along the X axis starting at point A, travelling to point B, then back to point A, with time kept equal between points. The issue is when the actor returns to point A the movement stops for a few seconds before looping, how can this be prevented to run seemlessly?

Thanks for your help.

Product Version: UE 4.22
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asked Apr 08 '19 at 01:37 AM in Using UE4

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avatar image Laurence122 Apr 08 '19 at 01:57 PM

Answer: Select each Added Key, Interp Mode/ Linear

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Have you tried using the new "sequencer"? It has a nice option to "loop" in the details panel. Check out video #8. I use the sequencer to move some boxes in a loop.


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answered Apr 08 '19 at 03:05 AM

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