Keyframe Wingman is a free tool for easing keyframes in Adobe After Effects and it works inside the most widely used free plug-in Animation Composer.
After Effects keyframes can be manually altered with the provided speed graph editor.
The problem with using the graph editor is that it takes a lot of time to adjust the ease and speed of keyframed animations.
If there are multiple keyframes on multiple layers, it’s a huge mess and is hard to do anything.
Get Rid of The Mess
Instead of all this mess, use Keyframe Wingman to easy ease keyframes with just a single slider.
Keyframe Wingman is a free tool that comes with Animation Composer (which is also a free After Effects Plugin).
Animation Composer is a huge library of adjustable motion presets and precomps.
There is a lot of additional handy features to save you a ton of time.
It comes with 100+ free presets and precomps.
You can download the latest version of the Animation Composer plugin from misterhorse.tv.
Once installed, go into Window > Animation Composer – Keyframe Wingman to run the tool.
How To Use Keyframe Wingman Tool
Using keyframe Wingman to easy ease keyframes in After Effects is very easy.
This quick hands-on tutorial might help you out.
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Hi, I am trying to download the free version of Keyframe Wingman but it doesn’t seem to take me to the place to download the application for free.
Can you give me guidance here?