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Timing Chart

A SWF panel that mimics the timing charts used in traditional animation.

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Last Week downloads: 0
Total downloads: 84
  • Last Updated: Aug 16, 2011
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98
  • Requirements: Adobe Flash Player

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Timing Chart is a Photo & Image software developed by Toonmonkey. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Timing Chart:

Edit By BS Editor: This is a SWF panel that mimics the timing charts used in traditional animation. To open the panel, go to the Windows -> Other Panels menu and click Timing Chart.

To use it, select a motion Tween, pick a Frame step (2 if you're animating on 2's, 1 if you're animating on 1's, etc) or type in a step value, and then click the Initialize button on the Timing Chart. A series of sliders will appear on the chart representing each inbetween frame.

You can drag the sliders up and down to adjust the spacing of the inbetweens. The top of the chart represents the end key, and the bottom of the chart is the start key. You can switch the top/bottom by right-clicking and choosing "flip chart". There are also three curve presets you can use to quickly adjust spacing; slow in, slow out, and slow in/out.

You can drag the sliders up and down to adjust the spacing of the inbetweens. The top of the chart represents the end key, and the bottom of the chart is the start key. You can switch the top/bottom by right-clicking and choosing "flip chart". There are also three curve presets you can use to quickly adjust spacing; slow in, slow out, and slow in/out.
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