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Tyler Lynn
Easy Easing, but not to a complete stop
on Feb 7, 2019 at 1:49:36 pm

I have a few position and rotation keyframes set out where I have long, slow movements separated by fast and drastic movements. I want to easy ease them, but I don't want the ease to end on a stop, but instead to continue smoothly into the following movement. How can I do this? I was thinking that the speed value just needed to be greater than 0 at my keyframes, so I tried going into the graph editor and raising all the keyframes velocities to a higher value for both the rotation and position properties, but this threw the whole animation out of whack. Thanks in advance!


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criis daw
Re: Easy Easing, but not to a complete stop
on Feb 7, 2019 at 2:36:17 pm

i find using the value graph editor far more intuitive if that helps



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Cassius Marques
Re: Easy Easing, but not to a complete stop
on Feb 7, 2019 at 3:55:38 pm

What you did is exactly what one should do. So I'm not sure how to help. Maybe post a simplified project? A duplicated comp before and after your changes so I can visualize the whackness?

Cassius Marques
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Tyler Lynn
Re: Easy Easing, but not to a complete stop
on Feb 7, 2019 at 11:21:15 pm

For sure, here's the project file, with "before" and "after" comps. If you can let me know how to stop the whackticity that'd be awesome!
Thanks!

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rUwUGCqqwrsnu60yC5NRlGO3eP9Ydp71/view?usp=...


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Michael Szalapski
Re: Easy Easing, but not to a complete stop
on Feb 7, 2019 at 9:47:05 pm

I second the suggestion to use the value graph instead of the speed graph. It's much easier to do what you're talking about there. (You'll need to separate dimensions to use this with position, by the way.)

Alternatively, you can parent your things to something that is constantly moving slowly and then animate the objects themselves to get the quick movement which eases into no movement. However, since it's parented to something that's constantly moving, it'll just ease into slow movement.

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