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TCB Spline settings in F-Curve editor

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I frequently use this very formulaic curve animation, where I do a fast move and then a slow linear type of move. In other software that has TCB (tension control bias) spline settings, it was rather easy to set this kind of thing up -- getting my handles to point at either the next or last keyframe, creating the linear path between them and a nice ease-in/ease-out. In Cinema I haven't found a faster solution to set this up ... how can i automate things a bit more so that I select all of the keys on a frame and tell their handles/tangent to point at the next keyframe? 

 

Thanks for any help you may be able to provide! :)

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Everything regarding interpolation you can find in key menu

 

Screenshot 2019-07-07 at 09.43.45.png

 

And once you select key(s) in attribute manager

 

Screenshot 2019-07-07 at 09.43.02.png

 

Hope this helps :)


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