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Darryl TorkeeaseIn/easeOut expression question.
by on Jun 28, 2013 at 7:41:02 pm

Is there anyway to speed up or slow down the amont of 'easing' in the 'easeIn' expressions? I'd like to really increase the amount of easing. Almost a stall at the beginning.

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Doyle LewisRe: easeIn/easeOut expression question.
by on Jun 28, 2013 at 8:19:15 pm

Yep there is. In the property that you are key framing next to the key frame button (the stopwatch)is a button that looks like a graph. hitting this button tells AE to include those key frames in your graph editor set. You then have to turn your graph editor set on by clicking the graph editor button on the top of your timeline next to the auto-key frames button. This will open up your key frame graphs in your timeline. Just change the curvature of the line between your key frames to adjust your ease.

Doyle Lewis, Assistant Videographer

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Dave LaRondeRe: aseIn/easeOut expression question.
by on Jun 30, 2013 at 3:23:36 am

Two words: Graph Editor.

Dave LaRonde
Former Sr. Promotion Producer
KCRG-TV (ABC) Cedar Rapids, IA

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Kelvin ChongRe: easeIn/easeOut expression question.
by on Jul 1, 2013 at 2:35:32 am

Yes there is, someone already mentioned the graph button, what I wantto add is just make sure you right click in the graph area and choose
"edit speed graph" because sometimes it's on the "value graph"
then you can drag the handles to change the in/out speed.

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Xavier GomezRe: easeIn/easeOut expression question.
by on Jul 1, 2013 at 8:27:07 am

If what you are after is expressions and not graph editor, there is this script: It has a good collection of ease functions other than the AE default ones. But i'm not sure it will let you have presonnalized treatment for each keyframe...


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Anders HattneRe: easeIn/easeOut expression question.
by on Oct 8, 2014 at 4:59:10 pm

very late answer, but someone might find my current work around helpful.

What I did was one ease after the other!
Initially I was going to "ease" from one position to another. Instead i moved that into another ease:

easeVal = easeOut(time, inPoint, inPoint + transition, 0,100);
easeOut(easeVal , 0, 100, pos1, pos2)

You don't have the control I'd like to have, but the easeOut curve gets more.. "curved"!

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