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How Do I Do Tweening In Mac Animation?

I’ve found a couple of open source apps for the Mac that support tweening as well as frame animation. They are free (good) and a little on the confusing side with so many options (bad). I’ve watched your video on iMovie animating of videos—resizing and moving to a corner, for example—but wonder if there’s a possibility of tweening in iMovie? The common beginner example is a ball bouncing.

Otherwise, do you have a super suggestion for a separate animation app **that tweens**? Frame-to-frame redrawing for me is unappealing, as I’m no artist.

Thanks.
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John Russell

Comments: 2 Responses to “How Do I Do Tweening In Mac Animation?”

    11 months ago

    You can do it in both iMovie and Keynote. You see it in this video for iMovie:
    https://macmost.com/simple-animation-in-imovie.html

    And here I’m doing something like that in Keynote too:
    https://macmost.com/how-to-create-simple-animation-with-mac-keynote.html

    Keynote’s approach is probably better for animation. But neither of these apps are really animation apps. Not sure which ones you are tying and I probably haven’t used those. I have an Adobe Creative Cloud subscription, so I have the powerful Adobe Animate (formerly Flash) tool which can do so much.

    John Russell
    11 months ago

    Thanks for the Keynote tip. That looks like enough for me as far as tweening is concerned. I guess if I acquire sufficient patience I could draw dozens of individual figures, each on a separate slide, then “flip the pages.” First things first, though.

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