Interpolating keyframes


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Interpolating keyframes

We know how to create and edit keyframes, but where the good animators end and the great animators begin is really determined between the keyframes. That's known as keyframe interpolation. You Flash folks might know this as Tweening. It's adjusting the changes between the keyframes. Now there are two kinds of interpolation to adjust in After Effects: temporal interpolation and spatial interpolation. The easiest way to think of this is temporal means time, so changes over time like Opacity or Scale.

Spatial interpolation means changes over space, like position. So let's go ahead and press 0 and look at a RAM Preview of our animation. I'm just going to press the Spacebar and stop here for a second. You can see we have our logo animating into the scene. And if you're joining me from the previous video, you might recognize this but think, hey, these first two layers look different. And they do, I just went ahead and trimmed the start point. If I select Layer 3 and press T t...

Interpolating keyframes
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Interpolating keyframes provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the After Effects CS6 Essential Training

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Video
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After Effects
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