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 Post subject: Your EFFECT
PostPosted: Thu Nov 06, 2003 6:58 am 
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My question is regarding a certain how to problem. Here it goes: In your Effects sample how do you make a Motion Tween that actually moves up and then back down again in one motion? I can do it if I create another Layer but you guys have done it on one layer? I try to disect it and figure it out but not sure I understand, it looks like you guys have two motion guide lines but your rectangles move up and then back down as one motion? Can you explain in detail how this is done? This is not explained in the tutorial. Thanks!!<br><br>


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 Post subject: Your EFFECT
PostPosted: Thu Nov 06, 2003 10:12 pm 
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You can make the same one by using the guide line. <br>In this sample, we do like this:<br>Choose the Pencil Guideline tool to draw a parabola, in which the ending and starting point is in the very near place. <br>And you can use the Reshape tool make the points in the parabola in very near distance until it looks like a line.<br>(Note: It needs skill and carefulness.)<br>Draw a rectangle. The width of the rectangle is better to be larger than the movie. Then snap the center point of rectangle to the beginning point of guideline in the first frame and snap to the ending point in the last frame. <br>Last create motion and you will get the rectangle move up and back down in one motion.<br><br>Sincerely,<br>Webmaster<br><br>


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