Controlling changes between keyframes


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Controlling changes between keyframes

When you put clips in motion using the default settings, the motion starts and stops abruptly. The rate of change, the velocity between keyframes, is constant. There is no acceleration or deceleration. That will look better as for the motion to start and stop gradually. Well, you can fix that by using commands called Ease In and Ease Out. In addition, when you put objects in motion along a curved path. You can use something called Bezier curve handles to customize that path. Let me show you here with a few clips on this Timeline. We'll start with a rose. I set the rose up just to go from left to right.

If I click this, it just kind of starts abruptly and sort of stops abruptly. Now with the resolution that you might be looking at it in your monitor, and also the compression that we use, it might kind of jump around. But basically, it's just kind of boom started, instant acceleration, boom stopped, and instant stop. It's nice to smooth that out. The way you smooth that out is he...

Controlling changes between keyframes
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Controlling changes between keyframes provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Jeff Sengstack as part of the Premiere Elements 9 Essential Training

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