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Re: mathematically adjusting the amount of ease in/out

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ScottRe: mathematically adjusting the amount of ease in/out
by on Jan 14, 2006 at 11:59:03 pm

if it's so elementary, then why didn't you state how it's done? i see from the posts below that it't not elementary at all, and would acutally involve algebra and scripting. now sure, some people may be able to do that off the cuff, but i'm not one of those. apologies for not remembering complex algebra from high school and not learning javascript yet.
you must be thinking of the select keyframe > right click > ease function. that's not what i'm looking for, i wanted a simple way to change the amount of ease across a large number of keyframes, rather than having to eyeball the entire lot. i don't think that's such an elementary question for ANY program.
to all the others who explained this for me, thankyou.

i'm sure c3 does have a lot of good points, but as this is only my 2nd week in the program after 3 years of hardcore afx use, i'm sure you can appreciate that getting my head into the new workspace will take some time, as the two programs are remarkably different in the way they approach some tasks. please subsitute the word "unfamiliar" for "crappy" in my previous posts. :)



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