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It's because of Spatial Interpolation. You need the spatial interpolation to be set to linear, and by default it is set to Auto Bezier. Right click on the keyframe at 3'00, and select Keyframe Interpolation. Change the Spatial Interpolation to linear, and it should solve the problem. What's happening: Instead of drawing straight lines (linear lines) ...


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The most-recommended way to do this is with Twixtor, a pricey plugin for AE and other platforms. They offer a watermarked free trial. There are some free alternatives out there but I haven't used them so I can't say for sure they'll suit your need. One is SloMoVideo and if you google that you'll see videos from people who've tried it.


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Animate the x value of the Size property of the rounded rectangle path, rather than the Scale to leave your strokes the same width. This will let you change the size of the rectangle without affecting the stroke size, or indeed the size of the corner radius. However the down side is that you can't just drag the corners in the comp window, this will affect ...


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Here's the math(s): 90 images to make a 10 second video at a frame rate of 25 frames per second (fps) (in the UK) = 25 fps * 10 seconds = 250 frames 250 frames / 90 images = 2.778 frames per image So each frame would need to be onscreen for just under three frames, which wouldn't look particularly smooth - for smooth motion you'd ideally have 25 images ...


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There's one way I know of to find the clip that is using the filter. Inside the timeline, you will see a small badge with the letters 'fx' on your clips. If it it grayed out, there is no effect applied. If it is colored purple, yellow, green, or red, then you have an effect on the clip. You can read about that more here... ...


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Another thing to try before shelling out for Twixtor is the default frame interpolation built-in to AE. You'll see the frame-blending checkbox in the timeline window, click it once and you get the the frame mix mode, where one frame is dissolved into the next to create the interpolated frames. this is fast-n-easy, but it probably won't produce great ...



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