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Try selecting your scale property and choosing Animation->Keyframe Assistant->Exponential Scale.
Alternatively, you can use an expression such as:
> exponent = 10;
s = value/100;
[Math.pow(s, exponent), Math.pow(s, exponent)]*100
and adjust your keyframes to compensate.
You rock all that is not tethered to the ground, Aaron Cobb! May your brightness never be diminished. Many, many thanks.
I'll have to try that expression out.. I also usually switched my layers to 3d to get nice 'scaling' via pos.z.
I hate using keyframes and expressions on the same parameter, so I'll create a slider control and replace 'value' with that.
Thanks Aaron. (I'll have to try it before stating 'you're legend precedes you like thunder precedes lightning'). :P
(IMHO Those Dos Equis ads are the best campaign on radio/tv now.)
i I hate using keyframes and expressions on the same parameter
Out of curiosity, why? I prefer the compactness of being able to do everything on one property where practical, myself.
Seeing the original values without unchecking the expression...