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Chapter 13. Keyframe Interpolation > Viewing Speed in the Motion Path

Viewing Speed in the Motion Path

The speed of spatial properties is represented in both the speed graph and motion path. In the motion path, the spacing between dots indicates speed. Dots spaced closely together indicate slower speeds; dots spaced farther apart indicate faster speeds. If the spacing between dots changes between keyframes, then the speed is changing—accelerating or decelerating (Figure 13.60). When hold temporal interpolation is applied to a spatial property, no motion path connects it with the adjacent keyframe (Figure 13.61). As you alter the speed or temporal interpolation of a spatial property, watch how the motion path also changes.

Figure 13.60. The dots of the motion path indicate speed.



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