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Changing Tween Speed

In Chapter 8, you learned to make an animated item appear to move slowly or quickly by adjusting the number of in-between frames. When you create an animation with tweening, that method no longer works, because Flash distributes the motion evenly over however many in-between frames you create. You can, however, make an animation slower at the beginning or end of a tween sequence by setting an Easing value in the Frame panel.

You can use easing to create a more natural look in animations of objects that gravity affects. In an animation of a bouncing ball, for example, you might want the bouncing to start quickly but slow toward the end to simulate the way that entropy in the real world slows a bouncing ball.


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