Examples...

Oscillations. Obtainable using a function of the frame number F% in an angle value entry.

Eg 90*SINRAD(3*F%).

Explaining one step at a time, assuming there are going to be 360 frames:

First, the ‘RAD’ is a conversion from degrees to radians used internally for calculations. As the frame number progresses from 0 to 360 the value of SINRAD(F%) varies from 0 to +1, back to 0, to -1 and finally back to 0 in a smooth ‘sine’ curve. On its own the expression would yield an imperceptible wobble of just one degree either side of centre. Multiplying by 90 gives an oscillation not unlike the side to side motion of a desk fan. Finally, to obtain more oscillations eg left, right, left, right left, right and back to center, F% would be multiplied by three within the brackets thus -- 90*SINRAD(3*F%) as the value for Y-axis rotation.

Remember that within sequences each axis can be rotated independently so the above oscillation could be combined with more rapid spinning given by say using 10*F% to give ten complete rotations around the Z-axis. And then add a third...

Oscillations. Obtainable using a function of the frame number F% in an angle value entry.

Eg 90*SINRAD(3*F%).

Explaining one step at a time, assuming there are going to be 360 frames:

First, the ‘RAD’ is a conversion from degrees to radians used internally for calculations. As the frame number progresses from 0 to 360 the value of SINRAD(F%) varies from 0 to +1, back to 0, to -

Remember that within sequences each axis can be rotated independently so the above oscillation could be combined with more rapid spinning given by say using 10*F% to give ten complete rotations around the Z-