2 Replies Latest reply on Feb 24, 2016 8:32 AM by toymaker1

    No tween was created

    toymaker1 Level 1


      I have been watching an Adobe tutorial for Animate CC, of a skeleton articulated with the bone tool. In the tutorial there is a starting pose at the first keyframe and a final pose at the second keyframe - there are no other keyframes in between. When the animation was played back, there was tweening movement between the two keyframes, but no tweening of any kind was created during the tutorial, so I am puzzled as to what caused the skeleton character to move, as if a motion tween had been created between the keyframes. I am a beginner, so there is probably somethng I am not understanding. I thought that in order to create movement between keyframes you had to create either a motion tween or a shape tween or a classic tween. Can anyone advise about this?