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In this edit, you redirected to Motion Interpolation (computer graphics) (with an incorrectly capitalized initial "i") rather than to Motion interpolation (computer graphics) (with a correctly lower-case "i"). I moved the page to the correct title. You should remember that under the rules of WP:MOS, one does not capitalize an initial letter in an article title or a section heading merely because it's an initial letter in an article title or a section heading.