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Turn off Adobe Animate Keyframe Interpolation

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Feb 06, 2020

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When using adobe animate, I tried the motion tween option, and had my icon move down in a curved motion. When a keyframe is placed after that movement, it "bounces" once, instead of staying still when it's done moving. A tutorial told me that you can stop this in After Effects by turning off keyframe interpolation, but how do you do it in Adobe Animate?

 

This is for a school assignment, and even my professor can't help me.

 

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Turn off Adobe Animate Keyframe Interpolation

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When using adobe animate, I tried the motion tween option, and had my icon move down in a curved motion. When a keyframe is placed after that movement, it "bounces" once, instead of staying still when it's done moving. A tutorial told me that you can stop this in After Effects by turning off keyframe interpolation, but how do you do it in Adobe Animate?

 

This is for a school assignment, and even my professor can't help me.

 

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  1. Don't use motion tweens. They're terrible. Use classic tweens instead.
  2. Don't read After Effects tutorials to learn how to use Animate.
  3. Just remove the tween. Interpolation between keyframes is what tweens do. If you don't want interpolation, you don't want the tween.

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Thanks! I resorted to using a classic tween, but I don't know how to get it to curve as smoothly as the motion tween. I'm extremely new. 

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Hi mate,

 

Use a 'motion guide'.

 

- Nick: Character designer and animator, Flash user since 1998
Member of Flanimate Power Tools team - extensions for character animation

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Or a custom ease.

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