Animation Player

Referencia

Menú

Topbar ‣ Render ‣ View Animation

Atajo

Ctrl-F11

The animation player is a utility typically used for previewing rendered animations, supporting all image and video formats also supported by Blender. This is a convenient way to play back image sequences at the correct frame rate.

Launching the animation player opens a new window, playing back images or a video located at the render output of the current scene. You can also drop images or movie files in a running animation player. It will then restart the player with the new data.

Truco

An external player can also be used instead of the one included in Blender. To do this, select it in the Preferences.

Player Options

Ping Pong

When enabled, playback loops forwards than backwards.

X/Y Flip

Flip the image horizontally or vertically.

Viewing the animation from a different perspective can help you see the animation with «fresh eyes».

Atajos

The following table shows the available hotkeys for the animation player.

Reproducción

Acción

Tecla de Acceso Directo

Start/Pause:

Espacio

Start playback (when paused):

Intro

Quit:

Esc

Línea de Tiempo

Acción

Tecla de Acceso Directo

Scrub in time:

LMB

Step back one frame:

Left

Step forward one frame:

Right

Step back 10 frames:

Abajo

Step forward 10 frames:

Arriba

Manual frame stepping:

Numpad.

Playback Options

Acción

Tecla de Acceso Directo

Backward playback:

Shift-Down

Forward playback

Shift-Up

Slow down playback:

NumpadMinus

Speed up playback:

NumpadPlus

Toggle looping:

Numpad0

Toggle frame skipping:

A

Toggle ping-pong:

P

Visualización

Acción

Tecla de Acceso Directo

Toggle Playhead (Indicator):

I

Flip image on the X axis:

F

Flip image on the Y axis:

Shift-F

Hold to show frame numbers:

Shift

Zoom in:

Ctrl-NumpadPlus

Zoom out:

Ctrl-NumpadMinus

Frecuencia de Fotogramas

Acción

Tecla de Acceso Directo

60 fps

Numpad1

50 fps

Numpad2

30 fps

Numpad3

25 fps

Numpad4

24 fps

Shift-Numpad4

20 fps

Numpad5

15 fps

Numpad6

12 fps

Numpad7

10 fps

Numpad8

 6 fps

Numpad9

 5 fps

NumpadSlash

Frame Cache

Image files are cached during playback for faster access.

While loading images is rarely a bottleneck, there are situations where high resolution images may slow down playback causing frame skipping.

Ver también

Memory Cache Limit preference to control this limit, which may be increased to cache more images during playback. Animation Playback Options to specify this value when launching from the command line.