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How to use the Ease Function

on 12/12/2011, 5:31 pm
Ok Everybody here knows how to use the Ease function. in Flash but I tend to use -100 and +100 for all my motions so I can fully empathize the ease in my animations. But the thing is that I feel that there's a reason in reducing the Ease on a motion. (I'm going to Sound Stupid right now and answer my own question) To add more realism to your animations. My real question is how do you determine how much ease should be on a motion. Sure there's a dial that can reduce how much ease there is but I never understand how to use it properly. So that's my question If you guys could lend some input it would be really helpful.





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Re: How to use the Ease Function

on 12/12/2011, 6:04 pm
Test out different amounts to see how they work.






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Re: How to use the Ease Function

on 12/12/2011, 7:01 pm
Learn about timing and spacing for animation.

It helps to understand this
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Re: How to use the Ease Function

on 12/12/2011, 7:29 pm
@Leo wrote:Learn about timing and spacing for animation.

It helps to understand this
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Dag thanks that really helped (Mentally mostly) I have some type of idea of what your talking about.





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Re: How to use the Ease Function

on 12/12/2011, 7:44 pm
Test it out.

And I like to use 100, and then if it's too much then just remove in increments.
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Re: How to use the Ease Function

on 12/12/2011, 8:06 pm
Basically, it seems like oh derp, 100, and -100 of course, use it all the time.

But then you realize why you would need something different. Usually, I'd use something like 50 or -50, and animate the really close intervals myself, then go back into mid easing.







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Re: How to use the Ease Function

on 12/12/2011, 8:28 pm
It's basically just testing out to see which fits best.
you'd be stupid to just put it to max + or - each time. It's not like you actually have to try out every single number, just try random levels and see what looks best, you can't ask us it's whatever your vision is for this.





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Re: How to use the Ease Function

on 12/12/2011, 8:31 pm
@Eric wrote:It's basically just testing out to see which fits best.
you'd be stupid to just put it to max + or - each time. It's not like you actually have to try out every single number, just try random levels and see what looks best, you can't ask us it's whatever your vision is for this.

Ok thanks, and also thanks for the Advice on Soran. I got something major Planned thanks to you.





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