You might try right clicking on the keyframes and adding an Ease Out and Ease In.
Hi Admiral Cook... this is something we will try tomorrow first thing. Thanks.
Hi Jim... we will also try this out first thing tomorrow.
Thanks for your quick responses.
If there are any others, we'll try them too!
Hi Jim and Admiral Cook...
Well we had fun and games this morning with the suggestions and can report that doing what Jim suggested first of all was the way to go... and then fine tuning it with what Admiral Cook said afterwards.
So Right click on key frames and then go to temporal interpolation and select Ease out on the first key frame and then add another key frame, move the image to the desired location and add Ease in for the second key frame and it does the job. At first we thought it was ease in for the first key frame and then ease out for the second key frame... but it is the other way around!
When we wanted to see exactly what was going on we viewed the velocity adjustment graph and it all made much more sense and we could make any adjustments necessary by moving the adjustment node. So thanks to both of you for an excellent result.
but it is the other way around!
Yeah, the proper method does seem counterintuitive, doesn't it?