Add Easing With the Motion Editor in Flash Professional CS5


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Adding easing in the Motion Editor

While it's possible to add easing in the Properties panel, the best way to apply easing to your animations is in the Motion Editor. In this movie, we'll look at how to do that. Let's take a look at the animation I have in the Flash Player. I have an olive falling down from an olive tree. It looks like it's falling because it's a little bit too big. So if I preview the animation, it's 300 frames long and then the olive just goes from the top of the tree to the bottom of the tree. Very robotic, no easing.

So let's apply some easing through the Motion Editor. Select the tween, go over to the Motion Editor, and then scroll down to the very bottom in Eases section. In Eases section of the Motion Editor, you can add easing methods. The default easing method is Simple (Slow). This is the same method that's used in the Properties panel. So for right now, we'll just ignore it. To add other easing methods, you can click the plus button to the right of Eases in the ...

Adding easing in the Motion Editor
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Adding easing in the Motion Editor provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Todd Perkins as part of the Flash Professional CS5 Essential Training

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Web
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Flash Professional
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