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14. Scroll back up to the X graph, and use the drop-down list to change the easing from Simple
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(Slow) to Bounce. Three interesting things happen when you make this change, First, because you moved the property keyframe back to frame 30, part of the Bounce ease is clipped, as you can see in the flattened hump of the first bounce between frames 6 and 27 in Figure 8-16. The second interesting thing is, though the graph may have developed bumps, they are only on the x-axis, meaning the bumps represent lateral movement, which explains why the motion path on the stage doesn t change. The third interesting thing becomes apparent when you preview the ease.
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Figure 8-16. Eases can clip when the last property keyframe isn t the last frame in the span.
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15. Press Enter (Windows) or Return (Mac) , and watch the mascot slam to the right side, pause for a
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moment (that s the clipped first bounce), then resume its rebounding course, and finally end up back on the left side of the stage! With motion tweens, easing can completely override the actual property represented by the solid line in the graph. Without the ease, this is a simple left-to-right movement. With easing, this could be that, but as you ve seen, it can just as easily change the destination point to one quite outside of Kansas.
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We chose physical movement to illustrate the mechanics of motion tween easing, because a change in position correlates well with the lines and curves on the graph. Be aware that this concept applies in exactly the same way to rotation, scaling, skewing, color effects like alpha and tint, and filters like Drop Shadow and Blur.
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16. Shift-drag the right property keyframe back to frame 60. Verify that all three bounces are now
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17. Press Enter (Windows) or Return (Mac) to view the full, smooth three-bounce easing of the
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Creating custom eases
Even after seeing more than a dozen built-in eases, you might be wondering whether you can create your own. The answer is yes, and it s pretty easy. Best of all, custom eases are saved with the FLA, which means you don t need to commit all your easing finagling to memory. Your custom eases will be there when you reopen your files in the morning, and even better, once they are added to the Eases area, you can apply (and reapply) custom eases to any property, just like built-in eases. Here s how:
1. Open MascotCustomEasing.fla in this chapter s Exercise folder. Again, we start you with a
basic left-to-right motion tween, this time over a full 60 frames.
2. Click the tween layer (layer 1) or the symbol, and then open the Motion Editor panel. Scroll
down to the Eases area, click the + button, and select Custom from the context menu. This creates a Custom graph for you, so scroll down to take a look. What you see is a line with run-of-the-mill Bezier curve handles. The anchor points and handles operate very much like those for normal drawings with the Pen tool, and we encourage you to experiment.
3. To create a custom ease use the Ctrl (Windows) or Cmd (Mac) key while clicking to add an
anchor point along the line or curve. The same procedure removes any anchor point but the first and last (there must always be a beginning and destination point). Use the Alt (Windows) or Option (Mac) key while clicking to convert a curve anchor point to a corner anchor point, and vice versa.
4. When you finish, scroll to the X graph, and select your custom ease from the X property s dropdown menu. Press Enter (Windows) or Return (Mac) to preview the effect.
5. Close your file without saving the changes.
Applying multiple eases
It may not immediately sound ambiguous, but the phrase applying multiple eases can actually be interpreted in a variety of ways. To be sure, you can apply numerous eases to a given motion tween one separate ease for each tweenable property is perfectly acceptable. Give your X a bounce, your Y a Simple (Slow), your Rotation Z a custom ease, and so on, down the line. What you can t do is to apply more than one ease between property keyframes. If you ve used previous versions of Flash, this may take some getting used to, which is why we ve stressed that motion tween easing applies to the full tween span, not to the span between property keyframes. To follow one sort of easing with another sort within the same tween layer, you ll need to use more than one tween span. Here s how:
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