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Flow will change the way you work with graph editor the moment you launch it. Period.
Flow brings an easy interface to After Effects for customizing animation curves, without needing to venture into the aging, confusing graph editor. With Flow, there’s no need for clunky, time-consuming expressions or struggling to understand speed and influence. Just make a curve, hit APPLY and you’re gold!
Used to web life? Flow works with the same CSS animation-timing functions you’ve come to know and love. Our values correspond directly to the values in cubic-bezier (x1,y1,x2,y2). Flow’s core is based on Lea Verou’s cubic-bezier.com, so you are free to copy URL values and paste them into the extension – Flow will parse them and apply the exact same transition to your selected keyframes or expression.
Flow comes with 25 pre-defined, commonly-used motion curves based on Robert Penner’s Easing Functions. But don’t limit yourself – build your own library and share it with the world, or import custom presets from other animators with the single click of a button. Check out some available packs for download below!
Our graph and library support keyboard shortcuts; in the library, use Shift / Alt / Ctrl to quickly set eases to Ease In / In & Out / Ease Out, or in the graph to snap handles in different ways or move them symmetrically.
Adobe After Effects 2023, 2022, 2021, 2020, CC 2019, CC 2018, CC 2017, CC 2015.3, CC 2015
1.4.2 – Jul 5, 2021
– Replaced internal docs with web docsFixed:
– Flow not showing up in AE 22.x (edited)
1.4.1 – Jul 17, 2020
- Added support for macOS Catalina
- Fixed issue with reserved keywords in expressions
Animation Workshop with Emonee LaRussa
In January 2022, Emonee LaRussa live-streamed an animation workshop for entry-level animators, using After Effects. Watch the replay!More...