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Using Motion Tweens

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Using Motion Tweens Andrew Carbone 08/31/2015 VCT/221 Ray Pastore
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Lesson 5: In lesson 5 I used the tool Motion Editor to edit the different motion paths of the objects to have them raise up and almost cause a tumbling effect. I was able to select multiple objects and have the objects come on to stage with a motion tween in an upward motion. Then using the motion editor I begin to create anchor points. Anchor points allowed me to actually curve my motion path to give my objects the tumbling effects that were anticipated from seeing the end result. The tumbling effect was brought on by creating multiple anchor points and creating multiple curves at different keyframes to create the animation. Although not used in this lesson, if you hold the Alt key while dragging the handlebar it actually creates a corner rather than a smooth curve. Using basic right clicking you can copy and paste the motion tween from there to another layer/object. Finally in the end of the lesson I was able to execute how to split motions
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  • Spring '15
  • Debut albums, Click, Copy editing, anchor points

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