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Joel Arvidssontwo keyframes on the same frame. How to separate one of them?
by on Jan 10, 2012 at 10:17:41 am

Ok, I had to put two keyframes on the same frame to get an transparency animation to work with a script. Anyhow, now I want to separate the two keyframes so that they exist on two different place in time. How do you actually mark one of the when they are in the same spot? Is this possible?

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Kevin CampRe: two keyframes on the same frame. How to separate one of them?
by on Jan 10, 2012 at 5:48:32 pm

you can't actually have 2 keyframes on the same frame for a given property.

position the cti (timeline cursor/line) on the keyframe and then use the timeline zoom control (slider at the bottom of the timeline that goes between small mountains and large ones) to zoom in to those frames and see if you can see 2 keyframes. then drag one of them away from the other and zoom back out.

Kevin Camp
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Joel ArvidssonRe: two keyframes on the same frame. How to separate one of them?
by on Jan 11, 2012 at 8:54:40 am

Hi i did that first thing before writing on here. Maby its not called keyframes cause it is squares instead of the "normal" keyframes shape. The "keyframes" is on "Source Text" of a text layer and generated by a script. But I have than slided the "keyframes" to the same position.

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Joel ArvidssonRe: two keyframes on the same frame. How to separate one of them?
by on Jan 11, 2012 at 8:58:05 am

Just read its called a hold keyframe. But I promise its on the same frame. Like when i draged on over the other it overwrite the first one.

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Angie TaylorRe: #AfterEffects two keyframes on the same frame. How to separate one of them?
by on Jan 11, 2012 at 9:16:06 am

Yes, I've had this happen too, i think it's a bug. Only workaround I've found is to manually drag the keyframes apart and delete the one you don't want.

cheers,

Angie

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