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Chapter 2. Building the Interface > Adjusting the Tempo

Adjusting the Tempo

When you're animating sprites in the Score, you need to pay attention to the timing of your action. You can simply eyeball it, of course—and you sometimes will—but it's still a good idea to know your unit of time. It makes it easier to think of the animation timing.

The movie's tempo setting is what controls its playback speed. On an older machine your movie still may play slower than the tempo setting, but even on a very fast machine the movie will never play faster than the tempo setting. Director always tries to maintain the tempo you set.


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