Resizing Objects on a Motion Path

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Feb 11, 2020

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Hey Everyone!  

 

I have been looking over tutorials and posts for a few hours only to find nothing about my subject. Does anyone in the community know if there is a way to have an object on a motion path, resize during that path?

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Lilybiri Most Valuable Participant , Feb 11, 2020
You can combine as many effects as you want on the same object. You didn't offer much details, but what about combinint the motion path with a Scale effect (or multiple scale effects) in a custom effect?

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You can combine as many effects as you want on the same object. You didn't offer much details, but what about combinint the motion path with a Scale effect (or multiple scale effects) in a custom effect?

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Feb 12, 2020

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Thanks Lily, 

 

I had rtied that and it was wonky, but I went back and was able to get the sizing and timing right this go round.

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Great! Lot can be achieved with custom effects.

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