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Changing the frame rate in timeline does not change the frame rate

Discussion in 'Timeline' started by Sapien_, Jul 1, 2019.

  1. Sapien_

    Sapien_

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    I have an animation but I do not want it to play at 60 FPS. I want it to play at a lower framerate to give it a stop motion effect (Just this specific object. I do not want the whole scene to do this). However when I lower the frame rate of the timeline asset in the inspector. It doesn't actually lower the frame rate, but instead turns those frames in to subframes. How do I make it so that Unity does not do this? How do I get it to ignore subframes?
     
  2. seant_unity

    seant_unity

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    You would need to use/write a custom animation track to do that. Changing the framerate of the timeline just changes the visual toolbar of the timeline editor, it does not resample or change the framerate of the animation clips.
     
  3. Sapien_

    Sapien_

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    Well that sucks. Thanks though! :)