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How to delay a playable

Discussion in 'Timeline' started by khan-amil, Aug 4, 2022.

  1. khan-amil


    Mar 29, 2012
    One of my custom timeline behaviour create internally a number of playables and bundles them up in a mixer in the CreatePlayable phase. I've took inspiration from the control track code and it's working well.

    However I'd like to delay a bit these events so that they don't all play at once. "PlayableExtensions.SetDelay()" seemed to be exactly what I wanted, but it's marked as obsolete with the advicce to handle it with a custom scriptable. I have a hard time trying to wrap my head around this being not familiar with the playable API, I can't get to "chain" playables, unity always complaint when I try to connect more than one :

    Here is my code (for now just trying to delay the whole mixer)
    Code (CSharp):
    1. public static Playable CreateMixerFromPlayables(PlayableGraph graph, List<Playable> playables)
    2.         {
    3.             // Create mixer behaviour
    4.             Playable mixer = Playable.Create(graph, playables.Count);
    6.             // Connect each playable to the mixer with same weight
    7.             for (int i = 0; i != playables.Count; ++i)
    8.             {
    9.                 // Connect this playable in mixer's input port i
    10.                 ConnectMixerAndPlayable(graph, mixer, playables[i], i);
    11.             }
    13.             // Create a playable to delay the whole mixer
    14.             Playable premixer = Playable.Create(graph, 1);
    15.             // Set delay duration
    16.             premixer.SetDuration(5);
    17.             // Connect mixer to premixer input
    18.             graph.Connect(mixer, 0, premixer, 0);
    21.             premixer.SetPropagateSetTime(true);
    22.             mixer.SetPropagateSetTime(true);
    24.             return mixer;
    25.         }