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Auto Ease Out/In

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Apr 27, 2023 Apr 27, 2023

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You know what would be nice... a keyboard shortcut that could apply ease out/in to a pair of nodes in Effect Controls automatically, including by KB shortcut.

 

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1. Create a pair of keyframes that move  the image, say for Scale and Position.  One for start and one for stop on the Position and Scale Effect Control timeline.

2. Select all 4 nodes 

3. Right click and choose "Auto Ease" (new function) or tap a keyboard shortcut

4. It applies ease out to the first node, and ease in on the 2nd node.

OR if there are only two sets of nodes and they're aliglned, Auto Ease would apply without having to select them.

 

Or how about this idea:  Putting a checkbox option in the Effect Controls  panel so it would apply Auto Ease whenever it saw a pair of nodes that started and stopped a move. Get your AI engine cranked up. That should be easy.

 

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Enthusiast ,
Apr 27, 2023 Apr 27, 2023

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Overall the graph editor in Premiere Pro leaves much to be desired. Far to finnicky to do easing I always default to AE for even the simplest keyframe job. Would be nice to just beef it up to be more user friendly. 

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May 08, 2023 May 08, 2023

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Premiere does have an option to set kbsc for ease in or ease out.

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