When I apply easing to an animation with a lot of keys I noticed that the the easing is applied to the movement between each of those keys, how would i be able to apply the easing to the animation so that the full length of the animation is affected by the easing?
Hey, easing is used for intra-keys interpolation. I’m not sure to understand what you expect from a full length perspective?
You are building the keyframes so if you need some full length easing you have to build the key frames appropriately
I see, would it be a possibility to play the first half of the animation at a different speed as the second one?
You can change the animation speed at any time and you can use animation events to get a callback when you need it:
Advanced Animation Methods | Babylon.js Documentation