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Chapter 9. Animating with Shape Tweening > Adjusting Shape Tween Properties

Adjusting Shape Tween Properties

When shape tweens are applied to keyframes, the Property Inspector enables several options for controlling how Flash draws the tweened frames. Settings such as easing in and easing out enable you to control how the shape changes are distributed across the frames in the tween. Frame Blending allows you to set preferences to let Flash know which qualities to maintain during the tween.

Set Shape Tween Properties

Click the Window menu, and then click Properties to open the Property Inspector.

Select a keyframe with shape tween applied.

Choose from the following settings:

  • Ease. This sets the speed at which your object eases in or out of its motion. A positive value eases in, a negative value eases out.

  • Blend. The Distributive option smoothes out the tweened shapes, while the Angular option preserves corners and straight lines in the shape tweens.


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