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Linear interpolation between keyframes in the animator.

edited February 2016 in Tips and Tricks
In Cubism Animator, keyframe interpolations (motion in-betweens) are automatically made with a nice curve (ease-in-out) to make the animation look smooth. If you rather make the animation quick and somewhat robotic, press [ / ] button next to each Motion Parameter to cancel the eased curve and make it linear.

http://sites.cybernoids.jp/cubism_e/animator/technic/keyframe-interpolation
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