25 July 2010
The Motion Editor panel in Adobe Flash Professional displays all tween properties and property keyframes of a selected tween. It also provides tools that offer precise control over the display of a tween.
After creating a tween in the Timeline, the Motion Editor allows you to control the tween by setting the value of individual property keyframes, adding or removing property keyframes, repositioning keyframes, copying and pasting a property curve from one property to another, reversing the keyframes for individual properties, and resetting individual properties or property categories.
Using Bézier controls, you can manipulate the shape of tween curves.
In the Motion Editor, you can add or remove filters, color effects, and preset ease settings, as well as create and apply custom easing curves to individual tweened properties and groups of properties.
To learn more about working with the Motion Editor, refer to the following resources: