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You need to provide a bit more detail, but if you want an expression to happen only when a slider is above a certain value you can use if(something > somethingElse){do stuff here}. To time an animation so that it starts at that point is more tricky. Expressions can't store variables; they just evaluate each frame. So to find how far through the action ...


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There's not an industry standard, but two seconds is too long for logos. If it were a sentence of text, then maybe, depending on how long of a sentence. A colleague of mine once told me that you should keep text on screen for long enough for you to read aloud, backwards, one word at a time. So, if you put, "The quick brown fox jumped over the two lazy ...


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As far as I can remember Hanna Barbara was not even on 2s! They would hold frames for seconds at a time. I often felt cheated on the hair bear bunch.


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The artifacts are on the original footage because a DVD used some oldie MP2 codec, you need to live with it. You could try using a denoiser, some of them can detect compression artifacts. I am not spamming or anything, but take a look at Neat Video Denoiser.


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It could be that you are looking for a filter chain more than a particular codec. See for example: https://www.engon.de/audio/vhs4_en.htm#cartoon_vhs


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There's Adobe Character Animator. It does pretty much exactly what you're looking for. It's a commercial product, part of the Adobe Creative Cloud suite. I'm not aware of any other real-time 2D animation packages at this time.


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