In the latest installment of our Tip of the Week series of Animation tutorials our resident expert and Professional Product Manager, Lilly Vogelesang, will explain how to Add Ease in Animate, Animate Pro and Harmony.
In animation, the ease, also known as velocity, is the acceleration and deceleration of a motion. It can either be a motion created by a function curve or a series of animated drawings. Other common terms for ease-in and ease-out are slow-in and slow-out.
The short video is 5 minutes long. Lilly shows adding drawing, extending exposure, add peg layer and keyframes, she discusses the ease path and then demonstrates how to put an ease on a specific function, in this case the velocity function. Lilly continues by showing an example of how the ease is applied. Following this other ways of applying an ease are shown along with the use of the Set Ease on Multiple Parameters tool in the Timeline view.
So get comfortable, watch the video and learn how to experience a better way to more efficient and satisfying animation, with our Tip of the Week.
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