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  1. I have a project where most of the tweens last exactly 0.15 seconds. It may seem like an odd number, but it's what feels most pleasing to the eye for this project. My question is: is it more efficient to specify the tween duration in frames or in seconds? I assumed frames would be the most efficient, so I converted my code to be all frame based. I set the project at 27fps and have the animations set at 4 frames, which isn't exactly 0.15 seconds, but is pretty close. But I would like things to look just a hair smoother. To get up to the next number that divides evenly by 0.15, I would need to up the framerate to 40, which gives us an even 6 frames per animation. This makes me worry that the frame rate may be too high for less powerful computers, though. I could avoid all of this by simply using seconds instead of frames, which brings me back to the original question. tl;dr: Is it more efficient to specify the tween duration in frames or in seconds?
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