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    Mar 2001

    ease option in tween motion

    how does the "ease" option in tween motion-properties work? what does the number (1-100) mean?

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    Who, What, Why ... ? Fraggs's Avatar
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    Jul 2003
    Flashland .. where else ?
    If you have a movie that is "tuned" to your mouse position, it is the speed at which it moves towards your cursor.

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    Space Monkey daarboven's Avatar
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    Sep 2001
    in the basement boiling soap...
    easing works like this:

    with no easing an animation from _x=0 with 100 frames to _x=100 will result in _x=50 at frame 50.

    with easing you can change that f.ex. to _x=75 in frame 50 resulting in your animation starting fas and slowing down at the end, which will be "easing out"; or vice versa, with _x=25 at frame 50, speeding up at the end, which is called "easing in". Easing in generall makes your animation look less automated and more lifelike if you use it properly. along with anticipation and exxageration easing belongs to the basic skills of animation.
    :::i am jacks complete lack of surprise:::

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