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 easily 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 are 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 Once installed, go into Window > Animation Composer – Keyframe Wingman to run the tool.

How To Use Keyframe Wingman Tool

Using keyframe Wingman to ease keyframes in After Effects is very easy. This quick hands-on tutorial might help you out.