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Animation smoothing

techtherapy
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Hi Guys quick question regarding transitioning between sections of a movie. So far this is what I have animated:

http://technologytherapy.com/veeq/flash/test.html
(click the boxes in the center)

When I showed this to the client they asked if it could be a little smoother animated between window clicks. This is especially difficult for me since this is a homage to Coverflow in a sense and the client has seen such as an example of what the final would look "something" like (Of course you say it will look something like that, but they want it to look exact- go figure).

As I have it right now each frame in the animation loads a new image where the perspective has been tweaked a little bit gradually working its way to the final product. I tried removing every other frame to speed up the animation, but this just makes it look choppy and inconsistent.

I tried googling smoother transitions and things like that but noting really jumped out as a solution to my problem. Is there something else I should google, or is there a site that has a flash kit for something like this (without spending $$?).

Any thoughts appreciated!
Mar 17 '08 #1
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nomad
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Hi Guys quick question regarding transitioning between sections of a movie. So far this is what I have animated:

http://technologytherapy.com/veeq/flash/test.html
(click the boxes in the center)

When I showed this to the client they asked if it could be a little smoother animated between window clicks. This is especially difficult for me since this is a homage to Coverflow in a sense and the client has seen such as an example of what the final would look "something" like (Of course you say it will look something like that, but they want it to look exact- go figure).

As I have it right now each frame in the animation loads a new image where the perspective has been tweaked a little bit gradually working its way to the final product. I tried removing every other frame to speed up the animation, but this just makes it look choppy and inconsistent.

I tried googling smoother transitions and things like that but noting really jumped out as a solution to my problem. Is there something else I should google, or is there a site that has a flash kit for something like this (without spending $$?).

Any thoughts appreciated!
Hello techtherapy:
I would try tween the image also you might want to make each one a movie clip

nomad
Mar 17 '08 #2

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