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Fade

Fades animations in and out using standard ease functions.

Fade

Fade determines its “Value 0” for the fade by drawing an axis from the first keyframe to the last keyframe. This allows you to fade to values that aren’t 0.

How the Fade Axis works

Redo Panel

Subframes

Will use subframes (i.e. frames that are not whole numbers) to fade for more accurate results.

Fade Handles

Fades Handle Length (Ease) when X Amt is adjusted

Fade

  • In: Fades the F-Curve from the start of the F-Curve
  • Out: Fades the F-Curve from the end of the F-Curve

Mode

  • Key Count: Fades the F-Curve by a specified number of keyframes
  • Selected: Fades the F-Curve’s selected keyframes

Key Count

The number of keyframes used to Fade the F-Curve when in Key Count Mode.

X Amt

Amount of fade for the F-Curve’s keyframes on the X-Axis.

Y Amt

Amount of fade for the F-Curve’s keyframes on the Y-Axis.

Ease

Specifies the easing function by which to fade the specified F-Curve keyframes. Linear will fade the F-Curve values from full value to 0 with a constant fade. ‘Expo In’, for example, will hold the values closer to full for longer (good for lighter objects). ‘Expo Out’ will lose the values almost immediately (good for heavier objects).

Ease Axis

  • Both: Use easing function on both axes.
  • X: Use easing function only on X-axis.

Y: Use easing function only on Y-axis.

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