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Span easings across multiple keyframes.


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Sup. Let's say, I am doing a sword swing which has several keyframes. I want a smooth acceleration curve from start to finish, but it seems Spriter only allows easings from the current keyframe to the next.

If you cannot span an easing curve across multiple keyframes, how would you do a smooth motion and get rid of jerking when changing a keyframe?

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11 hours ago, Mike at BrashMonkey said:

Spriter 2 will allow separate easing for any attributes of any objects and across frames.

That's cool and all, but realistically, I'm not gonna remake all my animations for the new format and rewrite engine integration mid-dev.

Actually, will there be some sort of backwards compatibility/converter feature?

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11 minutes ago, Martenfur said:

That's cool and all, but realistically, I'm not gonna remake all my animations for the new format and rewrite engine integration mid-dev.

Actually, will there be some sort of backwards compatibility/converter feature?

that's not impossible, but we can't promise it because the feature and data formats are so different. We're definitely considering it and weighing how possible it is though.

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2 minutes ago, Mike at BrashMonkey said:

that's not impossible, but we can't promise it because the feature and data formats are so different. We're definitely considering it and weighing how possible it is though.

If it's not there, that's gonna be a dealbreaker. Nobody's gonna migrate. I'd make it a priority if I were you.

Hell, this slowmode is killing me.

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