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Niel Loeb
Easing in and out of movement on stills
on Oct 1, 2011 at 3:10:42 pm

I want to take a still and zoom in to an area, having it slow to a stop.
If I simply make it bigger and move it, I have to then choose to Ease In to every parameter (x, y, z) one at a time.
And if I want it to start the movement slowly, build to regular speed, then slow to a stop, it seems I can't manipulate to Ease Out of the first keyframe, too.
And what if I want it to be static at first, and then start moving with an Ease Out?
Is there a Behavior or parameter or something in Motion that does this in fewer clicks?


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Mark Spencer
Re: Easing in and out of movement on stills
on Oct 2, 2011 at 2:15:14 pm

You can change the interpolation of multiple parameters at the same time simply by first selecting them all. By setting the interpolation to Bezier, you can adjust the handles to get exactly the animation you want.

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Andy Neil
Re: Easing in and out of movement on stills
on Oct 5, 2011 at 3:04:45 pm

Position animation by keyframes defaults to a Ease IN/OUT interpolation called bezier. You can adjust the handles if you want the eases to be more pronounced.

In answer to your question though, the Move behavior will do what you want and it contains an EASE IN/OUT parameter.

Andy

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