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Unwanted value high point before keyframe

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Jul 01, 2021 Jul 01, 2021

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Hello everyone.

 

Can anyone explain to me why sometimes the highest value comes right before the keyframe that has said value, and not exactly at the keyframe?

 

Let me explain:

Say you set two position keyframes in Y. The first keyframe starts at 593px, and then in the second keyframe it reaches 567px, but just one frame before it does it gets to 539px.

This happens when I easy ease the keyframes, making the object go further than the position I intend and back again.  

 

I've come across this issue many times and I don't know what I am doing wrong, I just know it is annoying.

Please have a look at the curvature just before the second keyframe in Y.

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Thanks in advance.

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No simple answers here. Keyframing simply takes practice. You have to keep tweaking the tangents of the graphs and use more keyframes if necessary. Start by toggling the speed graph and check it.

 

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