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Smooth Camera Movement in Sequencer

I want to animate a camera path in Sequencer with multiple keyframes (so not just a straight line).

This is for a VR project, and since alternating velocity can contribute to VR motion sickness, I want to reliably keep the whole path the same constant speed. From how I see and understand it, the linear interpolation button just straightens out movement between between keyframes so there's no easing velocity (and no smooth curves in the 3d space movement sadly), but the speed between each keyframe may still vary.

Is there a way to optimize the animation pacing post-creation? Or is there a better way to approach this?

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asked May 15 '18 at 08:23 AM in Using UE4

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answered May 15 '18 at 09:34 AM

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Do you have a documentation or tutorial? I've tried the curve editor but couldn't figure out how to do what my goal is.

I don't want any easing in or out, I want consistent uniform speed for the movement (location track) across all keyframes.

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answered May 28 '18 at 09:45 AM

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answered May 30 '18 at 03:39 PM

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