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Old   May 25, 2013, 02:06
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I am trying keyframe animation in CFX for the first time. I am following the procedure as given in tutorial but its not working out for me. I am not able to see any frame between two keyframe. My keyframe 1 and 2 are cutting the entire domain but are not concentric.
I tried tutorial Static Mixer . Animation is working fine as in tutorial but if I rotate view of one keyframe result is same with no frame visible between two keyframe while playing animation. CFX post guide do not say that keyframe centre has to be on same axis. Any help to make the animation work?

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Old   May 26, 2013, 21:47
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try to use the Keyframe Animation instead of Quick Animantion.

in the TimeSelector choose the #1,and the creat News1 in Keyframe Animation.input a number in the #of Frames window.the number should be close to the last number.

then, in the TimeSelector choose the #(last one),and creat News2 in Keyframe Animation.keep the default number.
retun to the #1 and begin your animation.

i have tried this method.
good luck to you.
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