How do I stop Blender from forcing an existing keyframe position while I'm trying to move the object/bone to set a new keyframe? This seeming position/screen refresh is slowing me down. (Note: "Snap to..." is not enabled.)
The steps I'm doing to set a keyframe:
- I Select the object/bone with Right click and then set a LocRot or LocRotScale key using "I" on the keyboard.
- I move along the timeline and Select another object with right click.
- I re-select the 1st object/bone via right click
- I press the "R" key on the keyboard to rotate the object to a new position. But the Object/bone refuses to rotate. It WILL rotate toward my mouse but flitters back and forth between it's keyed position and the new position. As soon as I release my mouse the object/bone "snaps" back to the keyed position.
As long as I don't have a keyframe on an object I can move/rotate it wherever I want. However, once I set a keyframe I can't re-position said object/bone in the 3D-Viewport (using the mouse OR the sliders). I'm forced to set a new keyframe before re-positioning, and to change the keyframes in the Graph Editor one channel at a time. This is hardly time saving or an organic workflow for animation.
I've had this problem with Blender 2.78, 2.79, and now even after buying a new computer in 2.81. I've shut down the program and re-started the project in 2.82. Here is The current Blend File I'm having an issue with:
The culprit at the moment is the empty named "_CameraPivot." The "force keyfrsme refresh", or whatever it really is, is not happening at the moment but I anticipate it will happen again. Even restarting the program and re-opening project in 2.81, even after saving the project in said state, results in the "force keyframe refresh" being gone. But I can't constantly be shutting down my workflow and restarting the program every time this problem raises it's ugly head.
I can't help but think there is some hidden command key for this as a function which I'm not aware I'm pressing (I.E.: Like how pressing the Caps-lock key, toggling/hiding the brush cursor, in Adobe Photoshop is an annoying/panicky thing if you don't know the function exists but a useful tool if you do.).
Is there anyone who can help me with this issue/function? It's got to be a simple thing as it's not covered anywhere I can find.
Here's a video link to the problem I'm having: RecordedVideo