My Map contains many animations that are generated by a timeline node within various blueprints. I manage to trigger the start events (custom events) through the sequencer, but the timeline nodes do not react. Do I have to convert every door that runs over a timeline for a cinematic so that it is completely controlled by the sequencer?
Hi. I just ran into the same problem. My sequencer is initiated by Begin Play and controls a Timeline which doesn’t trigger at Begin Play. However, it does trigger once the same actor has another command sent to it.
Did you get a solution to your problem?
This is curious, because I can tell you for a fact I’ve used Sequencer to trigger events that drive a timeline and effect setpostion on an animation and a bunch of other stuff.
In a lot of ways I’d recommend using Sequencer instead of timeline for sequences because you can more accurately key your results. Mixing real-time and sequence can cause some messes
The one note I will add, is that testing your game in-editor with the Sequencer window open has some really interesting side effects. If your sequence animates your character, the animation will be stuck wherever the slider is in the sequencer window, even if the sequence hasn’t been triggered yet. Generally you can control almost everything via sequence as long as the sublevel is open(if you use sublevels) and referenced correctly, but this also means this side effect can alter anything you are keying. If you encounter this issue it’s best to close the Sequencer window before running your test.