The TCB Position controller provides Tension, Continuity, and Bias controls of the splines of a function curve.
TCB Controllers also produce curve-based animation much like the Bezier controllers. However, TCB controllers do not use tangent types or adjustable tangent handles. They use numeric values to adjust the Tension,
Continuity, and Bias of the animation.
Controls the amount of curvature in the animation curve.
High Tension produces a linear curve. It also has a slight Ease To and Ease From effect.
Low Tension produces a very wide, rounded curve. It also has a slight negative Ease To and Ease From effect.
The default value of 25 produces an even amount of curvature through the key.
Controls the tangential property of the curve at the key. The default setting is the only value that produces a smooth animation
curve through the key. All other values produce a discontinuity in the animation curve causing an abrupt change in the animation.
High Continuity values create curved overshoot on both sides of the key. Low Continuity values create a linear animation curve.
Low continuity creates a linear curve similar to high tension except without the Ease To and Ease From side effect.
The default value of 25 creates a smooth continuous curve at the key.
Controls where the animation curve occurs with respect to the key.
High Bias pushes the curve beyond the key. This produces a linear curve coming into the key and an exaggerated curve leaving
Low Bias pulls the curve before the key. This produces an exaggerated curve coming into the key and a linear curve leaving
The default value of 25 distributes the curve evenly to both sides of the key.