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 As of Version 2019.01.02, the nodes also have a Time input and a corresponding Time Range control. As of Version 2019.01.02, the nodes also have a Time input and a corresponding Time Range control.
  
-If the Time input is connected, the Time Range control will be available. In this mode, the scalar connected to the Time input will be used directly as a current time when evaluating an enveloped Value of the node.+If the Time input is connected, the Time Range control will be available ​and the evaluation modes will be disabled. In this mode, the scalar connected to the Time input will be used directly as a current time when evaluating an enveloped Value of the node.
  
 The Time Range control determines which range of the envelope is equivalent to a range of 0..1 of the Time input scalar. I.e. if the Time Range is 4.0 (s), in a 30fps scene, then a range of 0..1 on the Time input will be equivalent to 0..120 frames on the envelope. The Time Range control determines which range of the envelope is equivalent to a range of 0..1 of the Time input scalar. I.e. if the Time Range is 4.0 (s), in a 30fps scene, then a range of 0..1 on the Time input will be equivalent to 0..120 frames on the envelope.
  
 This allows you to use any enveloped value as a gradient, by connecting the Time input to something that would normally drive a gradient. This allows you to use any enveloped value as a gradient, by connecting the Time input to something that would normally drive a gradient.
tools/variables.txt · Last modified: 2019/01/02 14:59 by lightwolf