keySpatialAutoBezier()

Returns true if the specified keyframe has spatial auto-Bezier interpolation. This type of interpolation affectsthis keyframe only if keySpatialContinuous k

setSpatialAutoBezierAtKey()

Turns spatial auto-Bezier interpolation on or off for the specified keyframe.If the property value type is neither TwoD _SPATIAL nor ThreeD_SPATIAL, an exce

addKey()

Adds a new keyframe or marker to the named property at the specified time and returns the index of the new keyframe.time The time, in seconds, at which to a

keySpatialContinuous()

Returns true if the specified keyframe has spatial continuity.If the property value type is neither TwoD _SPATIAL nor ThreeD_SPATIAL, an exception is genera

setSpatialContinuousAtKey()

Turns spatial continuity on or off for the specified keyframe.If the property value type is neither TwoD _SPATIAL nor ThreeD_SPATIAL, an exception is genera

isInterpolationTypeValid()

Returns true if the named property can be interpolated using the specified keyframe interpolation type.typeAKeyframeInterpolationType enumerated value; one

keyTemporalAutoBezier()

Returns true if the specified keyframe has temporal auto-Bezier interpolation.Temporal auto-Bezier interpolation affects this keyframe only if the keyframe

setSpatialTangentsAtKey()

Sets the incoming and outgoing tangent vectors for the specified keyframe.If the property value type is neither TwoD _SPATIAL nor ThreeD_SPATIAL, an excepti

keyInInterpolationType()

Returns the ‘in’ interpolation type for the specified keyframe.keyIndex The index for the keyframe. An integer in the range [1..numKeys], as returned by the

keyTemporalContinuous()

Returns true if the specified keyframe has temporal continuity.Temporal continuity affects this keyframe only if keyframe interpolation type is KeyframeInte