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Custom Blend, Custom curves

Discussion in 'Cinemachine' started by v2-Ton-Studios, May 18, 2018.

  1. v2-Ton-Studios

    v2-Ton-Studios

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    I recall reading about the 'Custom' blend style, where you can set the curve via Unity's curve editor, has that been cut? All I have in the style dropdown is...

    Cut
    Ease In Out
    Ease In
    Ease Out
    Hard In
    Hard Out
    Linear

    ... TIA!
     
  2. Gregoryl

    Gregoryl

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    What version CM?
     
  3. v2-Ton-Studios

    v2-Ton-Studios

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    2.1.10 I think... sorry it's not 100% clear from the Cinemachine > About whether I'm looking at recent change logs or the logs for my version :(. Regardless, I imported and added it a week and a half ago.
     
  4. Gregoryl

    Gregoryl

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    You need CM 2.1.12 for custom blend curves.
    If you're using Unity 2018.1 or later, you should be using the latest CM available from the Package Manager, not the asset store.
     
  5. v2-Ton-Studios

    v2-Ton-Studios

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    Got it, thanks! I haven't upgraded to 2018 yet, still on 2017.4 :).