[Luke Cutforth]"Basically, I want the ELSE variable '0' to fade. Rather than simply flicking to 0, i want it to quickly fade is 0 after the if statement is no longer true. Anyone know how this can be done? :) "
Expressions don't quite work the way you think they work. Expressions are not evaluated cumulatively. They have no idea what happened on the frame before.
Expressions are calculated anew, every single frame. If you want to quickly fade to 0, you have to figure out a generalized way to do it.
In this case, you can use an interpolation function. You have this now:
if (thisComp.layer("Null 8").transform.rotation<103) 1.4 else 0
but if you a softer "out" for that returned value, you can use an interpolation function:
Translation to English: as the rotation value of Null 8 goes from 103 to 110, change my output from 1.4 to 0 linearly. (You can replace linear() with ease() for a softer in and out.)
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