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Lesson 2. Ballet Special Bumper > Managing the speed of layers

Managing the speed of layers

In this motion path, some of the dots are closer together and some are farther apart. You can change the speed of a layer by using the Speed graph in the Time Layout window.

  1. In the Time Layout window, select the T layer, and then click the triangle next to the Position property to view the Speed graph.


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    The Speed graph reflects the speed of the selected layer through time. At the left of the graph, three values represent the maximum speed (top), minimum speed (bottom), and speed at the current-time marker (middle). In the speed graph, a rising line indicates acceleration, an increase in velocity, and a falling line indicates deceleration, a decrease in velocity.

    You'll work with the speed graph and explore more advanced motion controls in Lesson 6, "Station Identification."

  2. Save the project.

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