v1.7.x EaseCopy for After Effects
Copy/paste your eases without overwriting your values and copy/paste your values without overwriting your eases
EaseCopy lets you copy/paste your eases and values, well… easily. Copy/paste your eases without overwriting your values and copy/paste your values without overwriting your eases.
If you’re like me, you find that After Effects’ standard Ease in, Ease out, Easy ease options get pretty stale. If you like to manually adjust your eases with the graph editor, this tool is for you!
Use EaseCopy to copy those carefully adjusted eases to your other keyframes. Get started right away with a very quick and simple UI. It’s super compact so you can have it docked at all times, since you’ll find yourself tapping those buttons quite frequently.
EaseCopy is very versatile. You can copy over many eases in one click. Eases are transferable between all properties that can be interpolated. EaseCopy is a smart tool in that it doesn’t paste your eases apples to apples. It analyzes your animation and scales your eases appropriately and even flips them for velocities traveling in opposite directions.
Use the Pass-through option to make EaseCopy prioritize matching the pass-through velocity for intermediary keyframes. Ideal for strips of three or more keyframes, to avoid velocity hiccups.
In order to paste your eases or values, you need to select the same number of keys or a multiple of the keys in your clipboard. If you are pasting values, your property types must match your copied keys.
EaseCopy now works with KBAR! You can now shed that scriptUI panel and put all of EaseCopy’s functionality into one button!
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