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Actually, Blender's built-in console is an excellent way in to getting your hands dirty with Python!! From the Blender online manual: The Python console is a quick way to execute commands, with access to the entire Python API, command history and auto-complete. Its a good way to explore possibilities, which can then be pasted into larger scripts. Accessing Built-in Python Console By pressing Shift-F4 in any Blender Editor type (3D View, Timeline, etc.) you can change it to a Console Editor. The command prompt is typical for Python 3.x, the interpreter is loaded and is ready to accept commands at the prompt >>>. https://docs.blender.org/manual/en/dev/editors/python_console.html
No, but I can help you create little animals out of pieces of paper. Want to do that? I'm reaaalllly good at it and I've been waiting for someone to show up on this programming Q&A and ask how to do that. Then again, I suppose creating animals out of paper has nothing to do with this website. Oh well.... :(
I'm not a complete asshole, but I'm at least one cheek and a half. :) Resources: https://docs.blender.org/manual/en/dev/editors/timeline.html https://blender.stackexchange.com/questions/8898/how-do-you-select-only-part-of-a-timeline-to-be-rendered https://docs.blender.org/manual/en/dev/render/workflows/animations.html https://cgcookie.com/learn-blender Explain a bit more what you're trying to do exactly and from where. I'll help however I can.
@Jax He never asked how to do anything programmatically. He simply asked how to use the Timeline in Blender, which as you already know, has nothing to do with this website or programming. lol Either way, I guess I have a heart somewhere deep down and I provided him with some resources to get pointed in the right direction.
@Jax I just realized you're asking me to make a code explaining how to make paper animals. Haha! :D I'm slow today. That's funny though. Between me and you, I really don't know how to make paper animals.... :( I was bluffing and you called me on it.
@Jakob Marley Make a code explaining how, I’d love to know how to do that. 😂 As for Blender, I don’t really know, I’m learning it too, so I subscribed to this post so I would see what people come up with. Btw, it’s not really programming related. Because there are no languages used in it. You might as well be asking how to use photoshop.
😂 That’s what I figured.
ok thanks but i can't