Yesterday evening i stumbled upon this thread and thought ‘Yeah that would be nice’
So here it is: IPOStretcher
LATEST VERSION: 1.00
Go to post 28 for more infos
WARNING : updates further down in the thread !!
This is a tiny script that allows you to set a factor and an offset so that the selected object’s IPO curves are stretched or compressed in time (horizontally).
With the offset (default value is 0), you can choose to slide the result along the X Axis, so that in effect you choose around what frame the effect takes place (this frame will look the same)
There are some minor problems: for example if three selected objects share the same IPOs (for rotation for ex.) and you strech by a factor of 2, then the IPO are stretched 8 times (222).
So either you are clever and set a factor of 2^(1/3) or so~ or you wait for Beta2 ! Corrected with 0.95 (post 2)
Please test and comment !
Do you think it could be included with future versions of Blender ?
The script can be found here and appears in the ‘Animation’ section
UPDATE: new 0.95 version: see next post