Combining keyframes and behaviors


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Combining keyframes and behaviors

When you combine behaviors and keyframes in Motion, you can get some really powerful animations. Let's make this text Zoom Out at the screen and kind of bounce when it resolves. So select your text, and we will start with keyframing. Go to your Inspector, and since we are on Frame 0, let's adjust our Scale to 0; since we want it to start from nowhere. Go ahead and add a keyframe. Move 15 frames down your Timeline, and let's add another keyframe and change the Scale up to 100.

Move your playhead back to the beginning and hit your spacebar. That's a little too smooth, I want it to kind of really Zoom Out there. So let's adjust our keyframes. Open the Keyframe Editor; Cmd+8. Drag a box over all of your keyframes, and right click on your keyframe. Under Interpolation, we want it to increase exponentially, so choose Exponential. Now you will notice the speed gradually changes and then pops right in.

So move your playhead back to the beginning and hit your spacebar. There we go, that...

Combining keyframes and behaviors
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Combining keyframes and behaviors provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the Motion 3 Essential Training

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