Adding and adjusting behaviors


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Adding and adjusting behaviors

Behaviors are the prefect tool for animation in Motion. They're fast and they're really quite flexible, because they help you create animation without having to set keyframes for each little way you would like your object to move. In this project, I want to take these lines and have them slide back and forth across the screen. This may seem like a basic animation, but this is a common technique used in motion graphics, where you'll take a bunch of smaller animations and layer them all together to create your final composition. So let's browse some behaviors by looking in the Library.

Go ahead and press Command+2 on your keyboard or click the Library tab in your Utility window. Go to the Behaviors section and let's look at Basic Motion. Let's check out the Move behavior. You'll see there is a Preview in the top of the Library, as well as a written description. Since this behavior is moving to a specific position in 3D, I think that's a little overkill, because ...

Adding and adjusting behaviors
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Adding and adjusting behaviors provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the Motion 4 Essential Training

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