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  1. FCurve and no child nodes. An FBVector3d property will have no FCurve and three child nodes
  2. Here we have a single FCurve which is assigned to the animation node for a camera's Roll
  3. Finally, to remove all the keys from an FCurve, you can also use the EditClear method.
  4. As we've already seen, we can use an FCurve's Keys list to access its individual key objects.
  5. mode tells the FCurve what strategy to use to get from that key to the next one.
  6. In auto mode, the tangents are caclulated automatically based on an option in the FCurve
  7. So, let's say that we want to serialize an FCurve: that is, we want to create a data
  8. We could store an FCurve as an ordered list of dictionaries, each one representing a single
  9. data structure that completely describes the original FCurve. We can use this data later
  10. Now, just to prove that these functions work, we can copy our animation from one FCurve
  11. it yet, play around with this example code and see how you can manipulate the FCurve
  12. FCurve.
  13. The FCurve is where your stored keyframes live, and you can't have animation without
  14. it. But there's another class, FBAnimationNode, that contains the FCurve and serves as a more
  15. has an FCurve where all the keyframes for the Roll property are stored.
  16. three components on a single FCurve, so we need to have multiple animation nodes. The
  17. use them, but you'll generally be better off working directly with the FCurve, since it
  18. in order to do this Im using the FCurve control that is located here...