7. Behaviors

Behaviors are primarily used to animate objects. When you want to fade in an object, move a camera along a path, or animate text, behaviors allow you to do these things (and many others) without setting keyframes.

In a nutshell, there are two behavior types: “regular” and parameter. Regular behaviors (usually referred to simply as behaviors) can affect one or many parameters of an object. Parameter behaviors are applied to a single object parameter and, therefore, affect only that parameter.


Applying Behaviors

You have several methods for applying behaviors. This first method allows you to preview the various behaviors.

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