So i want to print each coordinate of XYZ individually along with the rotation and location. I found some code online structured like this for printing key frame data but i'm not sure how to get it to print individually.
def get_keyframes(obj_list): keyframes =  for obj in obj_list: anim = obj.animation_data if anim is not None and anim.action is not None: for fcu in anim.action.fcurves: for keyframe in fcu.keyframe_points: x, y = keyframe.co if x not in keyframes: keyframes.append((math.ceil(x))) return keyframes keys = get_keyframes(selection) selection = bpy.context.selected_objects
This defines the keys. So lets say i want to define each coodinate as a variable:
for obj in enumerate(selection): XRot = round(keys.rotation_euler.x, 3) ZRot = round(keys.rotation_euler.z, 3) YRot = round(keys.rotation_euler.y, 3) xloc = round(keys.location.x, 3) yloc = round(keys.location.y, 3) zloc = round(keys.location.z, 3) EachKeyFrame = [key for key in keys] for keys in enumerate(EachKeyFrame): print(str(ZRot))
I've tried this although it gives a "AttributeError: 'tuple' object has no attribute 'rotation_euler'" error.
I've also tried ints like this but gives the same error.
for obj in enumerate(selection): XRot = round(keys.rotation_euler, 3) ZRot = round(keys.rotation_euler, 3) YRot = round(keys.rotation_euler, 3) xloc = round(keys.location, 3) yloc = round(keys.location, 3) zloc = round(keys.location, 3) EachKeyFrame = [key for key in keys] for keys in enumerate(EachKeyFrame): print(str(ZRot))