Relationship between timeline length and animation duration?
I'm having trouble understanding the relationship between an animation (entrance) duration and the length of the timeline. For example, my time line is 10 seconds long, and I want to animate (fly in) 4 bulleted text paragraphs one by one (by paragraph). If I use the default animation duration of 0.75 secs, the bullets fly in rapidly. But if want to slow down the pace of entrance, it doesn't seem to matter if I choose 2 secs or 20 secs duration; the bullets fly in at the same slow pace, ending later than I want them to. Is the duration constrained or overridden by the timeline length? If so, what is the logic? How do I get my bullets to stop flying in at a specific point on the timeline? (I want other layers to fly in after the bullets stop.)