+1 vote

I've got a sprite with a walking animation in 8 directions. I'd like to change the speeds of all 8 animations based on the velocity of the sprite. To keep it from having that sliding effect.

I found that you can use a blendtree and appliy a timescale, but I can't get it to work. Do I add this in parallel to the walk node or in between the idle node and the walk node, plus I'd like to apply it to all 8 animations at once.

Here's the bit of script I used to change the timescale:
animationTree["parameters/WalkSpeed/TimeScale/scale"] = 3

I can see in the remote inspector that it does get set to 3, but I don't see a change in the animation speed.

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–1 vote

if you're working in 2d don't even bother with animationtrees, the standard animation sprite had a property called "speed scale" that should work just fine

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