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Hello! I''m having trouble finding good documentation about x files and animationkeys. What I don''t understand is how the speed of the animation is set. Like the example below is just a sphere going up and down. But it crawls up and down...why? Is there any documention where I can read what all the numbers mean? AnimationSet Test { Animation { { pSphere1 } AnimationKey { 0; 3; 0;4;-1.000000,0.000000,0.000000,0.000000;;, 450;4;-1.000000,0.000000,0.000000,0.000000;;, 750;4;-1.000000,0.000000,0.000000,0.000000;;; } AnimationKey { 1; 3; 0;3;20.000000,20.000000,20.000000;;, 450;3;20.000000,20.000000,20.000000;;, 750;3;20.000000,20.000000,20.000000;;; } AnimationKey { 2; 3; 0;3;0.000000,20.383713,0.000000;;, 450;3;0.000000,23.713907,0.000000;;, 750;3;0.000000,20.562023,0.000000;;; } } } thanks!

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