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John Morris

I used two pictures.  The first moves on a motion path and then shrinks on exit.  The second picture, which is smaller, has an initial state of hidden and becomes visible when a cue point is reached.  I then adjusted the cue point until the two events appear seamless.

See attachment.

Michael Oppenheimer


I use a slightly different technique than John. I have an object with multiple states.  Each state is slightly different than the previous.  I create a motion path for the object.  Then a number of triggers that change the state of the object at specific time.  The shrinking is not smooth unless there are a large number of steps and triggers. 

See attachment as a simple example.