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Easing is tweens that just scale

Easing is tweens that just scale

Easing is tweens that just scale


I need to get a company logo zooming into shot (by animating the scale of the logo), and to make it look dynamic, I need to alter the tweens by easing-in the sprite. But it seems that 'Size' tweening greys out the ease-in function!! Is there any way I can give the tweens a ease-in?

Cheers in advance,

RE: Easing is tweens that just scale

Say you want to change the size from 0 x 0 to 200 x 200 in 20 frames with ease-in tween:


-- Behaviour attached to a Sprite
property pT

on beginSprite me
  pT = 0.0
  sprite(me.spriteNum).width = 0
  sprite(me.spriteNum).height = 0
end beginSprite

on enterFrame me
  if pT < 20 then
    sprite(me.spriteNum).width = 200*power(pT/20, 4)
    sprite(me.spriteNum).height = 200*power(pT/20, 4)
    pT = pT + 1
  end if
end enterFrame

Kenneth Kawamoto

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