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Animation basics: The art of timing and spacing [Education]
posted March 31 2014 4:06.22 by spic0m




Expert timing and spacing is what separates a slide show from a truly amazing animation. TED-Ed demonstrates, by manipulating various bouncing balls, how the smallest adjustments from frame to frame can make all the difference.



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