Appologies if I’ve missed an earlier forum posting, but I haven’t seen one.
I’ve been bashing my brains out trying to figure out how add Key ipo curves for relative vertex keys. I’ve created some RVKs with NMesh.insertKey on a mesh.
After I run the script, I can see the keys in my ipo window and when I click on the keys, I see my mesh object take on the right deformations.
My problem is this: how, in python, can I add the ipos for the keys I’ve created? On the Ipo package, I can call Ipo.New(“Key 1”) (or whatever), but what can I set this new Ipo on? If I try to set it on the Object, I get an error, obviously, and NMesh doesn’t have a setIpo() call.
Is it even possible to create these ipos for an RVK within python?