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  • By default, the start and end times are set to the current time when you start creating an animation.

  • The Status Bar also displays the animation state and time (and frame) for animations.

  • Open the Animation toolbar (View > Toolbars > Animation) which contains commands that are required or frequently used in the creation, edit, playback, and scheduling processes. For command descriptions, see Animation Toolbar.

  • To check elevation as you move your display set objects, you can use the Elevation view as well as the status bar. You can also use the Animation > Display Sets > Lock Elevation command to restrict the display set movement at a specific elevation.

  • Define or create the display sets that you want to move. You can create a display set from selected objects or by creating a query that defines the objects you want in a display set. For more information, see Create New Display Set Definitions.

  • If you know the start and end dates for the animation, you can go ahead and set these. You can use either the Common Animation Playback/Capture Settings or the Sequencer to do this. For more information on using Animation Settings, see Common Playback/Capture Settings. For the Sequencer, see Set Time Block Start and End Times.

  • You can use the Properties dialog box (View > Properties) to see information such as location, time, and display set name for animation points, paths, and display sets.

  • If you have the Construction module installed, you can place volume annotations that could represent target areas in your plant. For more information, see Place a Volume Annotation.