These nodes are for animating objects and for working with numbers that change over time.

Several of these nodes work with easing curves. An easing curve (easing function) is a curve that describes an object’s speed over a period of time — for example, whether it starts moving slowly and picks up speed or it starts moving quickly and slows down.

When you select an easing curve, you pick from two sets of options that control the shape of the curve:

Example compositions: