Interpolation methods

Temporal interpolations, let you control how a value changes over time as it goes from the start, to end end value. The extremes are called In and Out. The Motype menu provides you with five differents methods.

Linear
Linear
The velocity is constant from the Start to end point.If you want to cut in the movement this is an ideal interpolation.
Quadratic
This method offers a smooth start (Quadratic-In) or a smooth End (Quadratic-Out). You can combine these two properties with Quadratic In-Out.
Quadratic-In
Quadratic-Out
Quadratic In - Out
Cubic
This method has a very sweet acceleration (Cubic-In) or deceleration (Cubic-out).This is the favorite curve for beautifull progressive Ending movement.
Cubic-In
Cubic-Out
Cubic In - Out
Exponential-In
Exponential-Out
Exponential In - Out
Exponential
This is an extreme curve that provides powerfull acceleration (Exponential-In) or very soft end motion (Exponential-out).
Sinusoidal
This method is an Ease in or Ease out (like Quadratic), but with a somewhat different curve.
Sinusoidal-In
Sinusoidal-Out
Sinusoidal In - Out
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