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Chapter 9. Animation with Motion Tweening > Setting the Tween Property

Setting the Tween Property

To have a working motion tween, you need three things: a beginning keyframe containing a group or a symbol, in-between frames defined as motion tweens, and an ending keyframe containing the same group or symbol to which you’ve made some kind of change.

The Create Motion Tween command helps ensure that you have all the ingredients in the correct places. You can also create motion tweens manually by setting up the begin ing and ending keyframes and then defining the frame sequence as a motion tween in the Frame Property Inspector.


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