All the examples I keep finding around the internet are for After Effects.
This method (i.e. "setInterpolationTypeAtKey") does exist for component properties but I cannot figure out what can I pass to it. Also there is no "KeyframeInterpolationType" global enum as it is in After Effects.
I want to set EASE IN and/or EASE OUT (but Bezier might do as well) for my keyframes on a "scale" property of "transform" effect with my panel in Premiere Pro.
So my question is: what arguments can I pass to setInterpolationTypeAtKey ?
Thanks. However it will only let me pass 0 or 1. If I use 2 or a greater integer I get an error. Any suggestions? I'm running Premiere Pro 2020
Could you send me a snippet, that repro's the behavior for you? mailto:email@example.com
Email just sent. From firstname.lastname@example.org
is there any estimate on when this bug will be fixed?
Sorry, I can provide no estimated date for implementation. [We'll take another look...]
Hey Bruce, when is it going to be fixed? I really need this code to work
As mentioned, Adobe can provide no estimated date for implementation.
I'm waiting for more than 5 months for this bug to be fixed... It's important for me. I need this code 😞
We understand the importance, and are still not able to provide a date by which it will be fixed.
Facing the same issue here. Thanks Bruce!
DVAPR-4222562 is fixed in PPro beta 22.0.0x53 (today's build).
I'm throwing a feast tonight!🥳
Thank you, Bruce!