Instant gratification: Easy Ease


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Instant gratification: Easy Ease

Auto Bezier keyframes are great if you need to smooth a speedy transition but a value is still going to be changing before and after the keyframe. If instead it's the first or the last keyframe and you want to gradually start up or gradually come to the stop, that's where the Easy Ease keyframe type comes in. Now, there is a couple of different ways to select the Easy Ease keyframe type. One way is to right-click on the Keyframe and look underneath the Keyframe Assistant submenu.

Here you'll see three different types of Easy Ease: Easy Ease In, gradually slow down to a stop as you approach a keyframe; Easy Ease Out, gradually accelerate away from a stop as you leave a keyframe; or Easy Ease, do both--slow down and come to the stop as you come into a keyframe, then gradually accelerate away from that keyframe as you move on in time. Since this is the first keyframe in my animation, I can select either Easy Ease Out, or just Easy Ease. Release the mouse, RAM Preview, and now yo...

Instant gratification: Easy Ease
Video duration: 3m 49s 3h 1m Beginner Updated Nov 12, 2012

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Instant gratification: Easy Ease provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chris Meyer and Trish Meyer as part of the After Effects Apprentice 03: Advanced Animation

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Video
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