A way to tween 'tracked' text.

  • theBruney
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hello all. I've not too long ago got into Mac MXFlash. Currently, I'm doing a project where I need to tween text that I added track to. For instance, I'd like a text of string, say 'Hero', to have a a keyframe with a low tracking and then another key frame with a high tracking. I'd like the frames between these key frames to be tweened so that I get a smooth animation. I don't want the morph effect.

I've tried doing what I've just mentioned and I keep getting the morph look. I want the effect to look similar to the one in the opening credits for the show Heroes.

Any suggestions?

Thanks.
theBruney
  • krismeister
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Post 3+ Months Ago

This is the method I would use:

Split the text apart.
Ungroup all the letter.
Drag each letter into your library and make it a graphic.
Distribute each letter onto a layer.
Tween your letters.

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