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Lesson 6. Adding Animation > Tweening frames in ImageReady

Tweening frames in ImageReady

As a last tweak, the text at the end of the animation should slowly fade in, rather than appear abruptly. To make this happen, use ImageReady's Tween command. Tweening enables you to significantly reduce the time required to create an animation effect, by automatically adding or modifying a series of frames between two existing frames. ImageReady automatically calculates the layer attributes (position, opacity, or effect parameters) for the added frames by interpolating between the respective values of the first and last frames, creating the perception of progressive movement. For example, an invisible layer has an opacity value of 0%, and a visible layer of 100%. To fade in the text layer, you simply increase the opacity in steps over several frames from 0% to 100%. The Tween command does the math for you.


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