I often get sent Cinema4D files to look at, and one thing that I notice, is that a lot of you leave your vector tracks visible in the timeline. I’m not sure if you even know you can switch them off. To me they just cause excess clutter.
If you have a lot of tracks in the timeline, I’m sure you’ll appreciate that screen real estate is a precious thing.
If you have Show Vector Track enabled, your timeline might look like this with the tracks folded.
Unfold and it looks like this… Where have all my tracks gone?
Now disable Show Vector Track. Your timeline will look like this with the tracks folded (the same as before).
Unfold them, and voila, you’ve saved yourself lots of space. Even with only two objects in the timeline, you can see how much space I saved.
So give your wrist a break from all that scrolling. Disable Show Vector Tracks. For what it is worth, I have Show Vector Tracks disabled in my new.c4d file. That way it is automatically disabled in all my new scenes. (I also have Show Animated Enabled, but that is a different story.)
So I ask you, how often would you want to see the vector track when they are unfolded anyway?