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Live2D user has created a tutorial video(unoffilcial) in English. SEE ALSO.
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[Live2D Tutorial 2020] Introduction to Tools and Technical Concepts
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[INFORMATION] (06/16/2022)
Cubism Editor 4.2.00 and SDK R5 beta3 are now available!

Cubism Editor 4.2 includes many new features that expand the range of expression even further than 4.1.
Cubism SDK R5 beta3 also supports some of the new features in Cubism Editor 4.2!

Linear interpolation between keyframes in the animator.

TodTod
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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