3D Graph View
When a 3D model is selected, the 3D Graph view allows you to view a list of the subnodes composing the 3D model, arranged in their hierarchy. You can select a subnode from the list. When a subnode is selected, you can manipulate it with the Transform tool, disable or enable it.
If your 3D model is connected to a Subnode Animation node, you can also animate the selected subnode, add its properties to the Subnode Animation's properties in the Timeline, or connect it a 3D Kinematic Output node to it so that its animation can be applied to another element.
Do one of the following:
- From the top menu, select Windows > 3D Graph.
- From any of the other views, click the Add View button and select 3D Graph.
|3D Graph menu||Access commands through this menu—see 3D Graph View Menu.|
|3D Graph toolbar||See 3D Graph View Toolbar.|
|3D model subnode display area||Displays the parts (subnodes) of the selected 3D model. Selecting the Subnode Animation node of a 3D model will also display the 3D model's subnodes.|
|Selected subnode hierarchy path||Displays the subnode's parent hierarchy chain within the 3D model.|
|Search bar||Use this field to search for a specific subnode within the 3D model.|