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Bug Override Animation track does not work if another timeline is playing on a Control Track.

Discussion in 'Timeline' started by Ratslayer, Dec 18, 2020.

  1. Ratslayer


    Feb 6, 2014
    If a master timeline is playing another timeline using a control track, master timeline's override animation tracks will be ignored. I've attached a project with a simple setup: there is a cube, a timeline with a clip of its vertical movement and a master timeline that plays the other timeline and overlays horizontal movement on top.

    To reproduce the steps in the attached project:
    - Open SampleScene
    - Open Timeline Window
    - Enter Play Mode by pressing play
    - Select Master Timeline gameobject in hierarchy
    - In Timeline Window, expand top Animation Track to see the override curve clip.
    - In Timeline Window, press play

    Expected: The cube moves up and down until the timeline time marker reaches the "Horizontal" animation clip, at which point it should start moving front and back.

    Actual: The cube just moves up and down and ignores the Horizontal animation clip entirely.

    If you want to see what the 2 combines animations look like, disable all tracks except the last 2 in Master Timeline and press play in Timeline Window.

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