Set Up Maya To Flip Your Keys #mayamonday
Brian Horgan has a tutorial about how he set up Maya to flip your keys and do things a little differently. To explain, he changed the default hotkeys:
…instead of the default hotkeys just going to the previous/next keyframes they now flip forward on each press and flip back again on release, this is an experiment I’m trying to see if a ‘2D style’ workflow (where animators drawing on paper roll or flip their drawings between their fingers as they work) might work for me.
He explains it all in the video.
Set Up Maya To Flip Your Keys
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