Need Help With Z Rotation Value Not Recording in animation (Noob) UNITY

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  1. Opiekills

    Opiekills New Member

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    I am trying to animate a sword to my character in the Unity animation tool. When I record the walking down animation I set the sword to 180 degrees and the animation looks fine. When I go to the walking left animation and set the sword to 90 degrees everything looks fine in the animation. When I go back to the walking down animation the sword is set to 90 degrees. I am assuming for whatever reason I am not recording the rotation of the sword and can't figure out how to. Any help would be greatly appreciated ! thank you !

    Thanks !

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    I figured it out, I didn't have rotation as a property in the animation.
     

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