Exponential Scale Problem- (should be easy...)
by Pete Scalzitti on Feb 28, 2012 at 8:24:16 am
The answer to this must be basic.
I'm scaling out from a large graphic. Halfway through, the zooming out needs to speed up- i can't get this to work without the change in speed being very abrupt.
There's three keyframes. The first keyframe eases out from a scale of 10%. The second keyframe is where the change happens- i thought exponential scaling from the second to the third keyframes would help, but it doesn't appear to-
Anyone know how to acheive a smooth transition in this situation??
Thanks in advance for the help!! THe deadline is VERY SOON
Re: Exponential Scale Problem- (should be easy...) by John Cuevas on Feb 28, 2012 at 2:45:20 pm
You probably need to change your middle keyframe to an "easy ease out" keyframe. Select that keyframe and press "shift + cntl + F9".
That will add a gradual speed change to your keyframe. You can open up the graph editor to adjust the speed change by adjusting the handles.
Johnny Cuevas, Editor
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