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On 02/06/2006 at 13:47, xxxxxxxx wrote:
Cinema 4D Version: 9.6
Platform: Mac ;
Language(s) : C.O.F.F.E.E ;
I am sure this is easy, but I just cant seem to get it.
After determining what frame I am currently on. How do I use SetFrame (or do I) to go to a new location?
On 02/06/2006 at 15:32, xxxxxxxx wrote:
BaseTime::SetFrame() just sets the time for the BaseTime by frame,fps value.
To set the BaseDocument to a particular frame, you need to use BaseDocument::SetTime(BaseTime ( <-!! ).
On 02/06/2006 at 19:12, xxxxxxxx wrote:
Got it - thanks that helped and once
I realized basetime was a class that had to be updated.