Difference between revisions of "TimeDissolve"

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Although this node is found in the Merge menu, as its function is to merge two inputs over time, this can also be regarded as a timing node. Simply input into the '''in''' and '''out''' parameters the in and out values that you desire and then edit the 'shape' of the dissolve curve to your desire. This can make a ''even'', ''acelerate in'' or ''acelerate out'' dissolve effect.
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Although this node is found in the Merge menu, as its function is to merge two inputs over time, this can also be regarded as a timing node. Simply input into the '''in''' and '''out''' parameters the in and out values that you desire and then edit the 'shape' of the dissolve curve to your desire. This can make an ''even'', ''accelerate in'' or ''accelerate out'' dissolve effect.

Revision as of 16:08, 9 June 2015

Although this node is found in the Merge menu, as its function is to merge two inputs over time, this can also be regarded as a timing node. Simply input into the in and out parameters the in and out values that you desire and then edit the 'shape' of the dissolve curve to your desire. This can make an even, accelerate in or accelerate out dissolve effect.