Blend Mode Types
You can select from many different blending functions: Linear, Cubic, Hermite Cubic, Sinusoidal, Quadratic, Circular, Exponential and Custom.
For most types, you can separately control whether you want easing on either the in or the out of the curve.
Here are some examples of blending with longer blend times to show the differences:
Exp in Out
Quadratic in Out
The Custom option requires a Curve Float asset. After creating one, you can assign it in the Details panel for the relevant nodes:
The Custom blend type gives you complete control by enabling you to use a Curve Float asset to specify how the blend occurs.
The length of the curve will be normalized and scaled to meet the specified Blend Time.
On the curve, any values that are outside of the range 0-1 are clamped back to fit.
If the Blend Mode is set to Custom and a Curve Float asset is not assigned, the system will fall back to a Linear Blend as depicted below.