A track is a series of objects that are connected in time. Tracks appear as colored bars in the Track Editor workspace that spans the length of the timeline.
There are three ways to edit the connections in the Track Editor:
- Create new connections
- Modify existing connections
- Split a track
Additionally, a track can be in a lineage if it is connected to other tracks. An example of a lineage is shown on the right. The parent track (orange) is in a lineage with Tracks 16 (green) and 24 (blue).
It is possible to have two or more children attached to a single parent track. The line connecting the parent to the child will share the same color as the child track; while the circle at the start of the child track will reference the color of the parent track.
In the case of lineages, the interactions for editing the connections are the same as editing a track on its own.