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On the Fast Track with Apple Motion 5: Chapter 1.4 Keyframes

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In the next lesson in our introductory look at Apple's Motion 5, Kevin P McAuliffe goes through how to keyframe, and then shows you how Behaviors will make your animating life a lot easier.



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this isn't detailed enough
by Harrison Gruber
i cant get a lot of these windows to show up. and what about adding behaviours to things created inside of motion?
Re: On the Fast Track with Apple's Motion 5: Chapter 1 Lesson 4: Keyframes and Behaviors
by George Scott
This chapter won't load. It gets hung up on the cow screen.


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