I have another issue with the SetCurve function.
I’m trying to set a rotation curve along the Z axis.
Here is my line of code:
clip.SetCurve("objectname", typeof(Transform), "localEulerAngles.z", rotZcurve);
The data I’m putting in the curve is defiantly not empty.
When I open the Animation editor (this has nothing to do with mecanim),
I get the “Clean Up Leftover Curves” Button.
When I click it, I see all the Z rotation I’m trying to do…
Any ideas why unity think my Z rotation is empty?
Appearntly it has somthing to do with EulerAngles.
As soon as a change to localRotation, the curve does appear.
The problem is, localRotation uses quaternions.
No matter what I tried to do, I always get the rotation jumping between -180,0 and 180…
Can anyone help me figure it out?
Figured it out.
Apparently, when setting a quaternion rotation, you need to provide the values for the vector4.
So here is what I did:
var rotXcurve = new AnimationCurve();
var rotYcurve = new AnimationCurve();
var rotZcurve = new AnimationCurve();
var rotWcurve = new AnimationCurve();
var angle = Quaternion.Euler(0, 0, NeededRotation);
clip.SetCurve(GO.name, typeof(Transform), "localRotation.x", rotXcurve);
clip.SetCurve(GO.name, typeof(Transform), "localRotation.y", rotYcurve);
clip.SetCurve(GO.name, typeof(Transform), "localRotation.z", rotZcurve);
clip.SetCurve(GO.name, typeof(Transform), "localRotation.w", rotWcurve);
Hope this will help anyone.
Instead, you can use the following property names to set the curve in euler angles like you were attempting to do originally.