Everything that is animated is represented as an object. Objects can be THREE.js objects or virtual objects that don't exist on the screen.
Objects are made up of props. Each prop can have a different type and can be sequenced.
Props can be changed via Theatre's UI or via code.
Sheets contain one or more objects that can be animated together.
You can re-use a sheet by making instances of it. That means we can have more than one jumpidy-jump animation, each with its own little box and dust particles.
Each sheet has a single sequence (multi-sequence sheets are in the works!). A sequence is basically made up of all of the keyframes of all of the objects in a sheet.
Extensions can make creating and editing objects for your animation much easier. They can provide editor gizmos, toolbars, and even their own panes.
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Last edited on November 30, 2022.
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