Reusing Exported Value Nodes

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Exportul si conversia valorii unui nod - ValueNode/ro sunt printre cele mai interesante caracteristici ale aplicatiei synfig. O combinatie a acestora permite utilizatorului sa organizeze animatii complexe prin modificarea catorva parametri. Vedeti lectia de urmarire a unui element Doc:Following_a_BLine.

Uneori e posibil sa doriti ca sa faceti aceeasi combinatie a valorilor exportate si a tipurilor convertite. Si este obositor sa repetati acelasi lucru de mai multe ori.

Exista o metoda de evitare a repetarii operatiei si de refolosire a valorilor exportate si convertite.

Inchipuiti-va ca va aflati in situatia in care aveti o combinatie reusita de conversie si doriti s ao folositi in alta animatie deja facuta. Va trebui sa faceti urmatoarele:

  1. In fisierul cu animatia care are conversia reusita:
    1. Exportati toate valorile pe care doriti sa le controlati. De exemplu daca parametrul 'a' este a=b+c, atunci va trebui sa exportati trei parametri: 'a', 'b' si 'c'. Paramentrul exportat 'a' va fi un parametru adaugat - Add si va fi calculat in functie de parametrii exportati 'b' si 'c'.
    2. Stergeti toate straturile (nu aveti nevoie de toate, ci doar conversia in cauza). Salvati fisierul cu alt nume ("master.sifz"). Acesta va fi fisierul principal.
  2. Go to File->Import and select the file that have the current done animation where on you want to use the cool exported valuenodes combination.
  3. Then select the imported paste canvas layer and go to its canvas parameter and export it. Set a meaningful name. Save the "master" file and close it.
  4. Open the "master" file again and you'll see that the imported animation file (already an exported canvas) has an expand triangle that allows to select the layers that are inside of it.
  5. Select the parameter of the layer of the imported canvas that you want and link the parameter to any of the "master" canvas exported values that are accessible to the children layers parameters, using the right click mouse button.

That's all folks! ;-)

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