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Bill Parker
transform parameters
on Jul 20, 2007 at 9:42:13 am

I often need to add a keyframe to each of the transform parameters (scale, rotation, shear, position, and anchor point) at the same time. Is there a quicker way to set those key frames? Ideally, I would like to set them all at once and not have to set each one individually. Does anyone know a way around this?


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Noah Kadner
Re: transform parameters
on Jul 20, 2007 at 3:38:31 pm

Hit A to record keyframes automatically. On any adjustment to a parameter a keyframe will be created automatically.

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Bill Parker
Re: transform parameters
on Jul 23, 2007 at 1:04:18 pm

I do that to bring the photograph in, but if I want to have it pause for a few seconds before I send it off again, I need to manually set all the parameters and then hit A and then move the photo. Otherwise, when I hit A and move the photo, it starts moving immediately after it arrives. I can't find a way to have two separate pairs of keyframes. I'm sure I'm doing something wrong. Does this make sense?

Thanks.



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Wayne Franklin
Re: transform parameters
on Jul 20, 2007 at 3:48:11 pm

If you're not actually adjusting all of the keyframes, only keyframing some to their current values in order to initiate a change from that point, why not copy and paste control points from the previous keyframe (in the keyframe editor) and then adjust whichever parameters you choose?

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NSHEX1
Re: transform parameters
on Aug 8, 2007 at 5:46:38 pm

there should be a shortkey for setting keys, maybe K? i remember trying to do the same and being plauged by the Boomerang effect. using the graph you make a 'flat', beware... beware :)
and all you want is a simple AE feature...

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