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Maurito Zarate
[AE CS4-CS5] MAC OSX and misterious Shortcuts
on Jul 3, 2010 at 10:42:34 am

[AE CS4-CS5] MAC OSX and mysterious Shortcuts


Hallo!
I use MAC OSX but I can't find these specific shortcuts:

1 - Add/Remove key-frames in timeline (Position, Rotation, Effects, etc...);
2 - Exspand/Reduce Timeline (Zoom In/out)

I repeat: I use Mac OSX.

THX!!!


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Brian Charles
Re: [AE CS4-CS5] MAC OSX and misterious Shortcuts
on Jul 3, 2010 at 7:57:51 pm

The Help section has an extensive list of keyboard shortcuts.

http://help.adobe.com/en_US/aftereffects/cs/using/WS3878526689cb91655866c11...

Adding / removing a transform keyframe at the CTI can be done with the following:

Position: Option + P
Scale: Option + S
Rotation: Option + R
Anchor Point: Option + A
Opacity: Option + T

Zoom the timeline to the CTI: ;

The last one toggles back and forth to single frame or the entire timeline.



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Maurito Zarate
Re: [AE CS4-CS5] MAC OSX and misterious Shortcuts
on Jul 4, 2010 at 6:26:04 am

Thx Brian!
but Have I some further questions...:

1 - What about adding / removing keyframe of a effects parameter, like, for example, "Blurrines" in FASTBLUR?

2 - About Expand/Reduce Timeline (Zoom In/out) I mean timeline and not Comp view; I'll tried with ; and : but they make Zoom in/out in Comp view...

3 - What do you mean with "CTI"?


Thx a lot!






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Brian Charles
Re: [AE CS4-CS5] MAC OSX and misterious Shortcuts
on Jul 5, 2010 at 1:09:27 am

1 - What about adding / removing keyframe of a effects parameter, like, for example, "Blurrines" in FASTBLUR?

No shortcuts for individual effects parameters.

2 - About Expand/Reduce Timeline (Zoom In/out) I mean timeline and not Comp view; I'll tried with ; and : but they make Zoom in/out in Comp view...

Timeline must be active i.e. selected

3 - What do you mean with "CTI"?

CTI = Current Time Indicator – the vertical line in the Timeline.




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Maurito Zarate
Re: [AE CS4-CS5] MAC OSX and misterious Shortcuts
on Jul 5, 2010 at 7:11:45 am

Hallo Brian,
sorry but also with timeline selected I continue Zomm in / out with ; and : in Comp and not in Timeline. I cant't raally undersand...


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Brian Charles
Re: [AE CS4-CS5] MAC OSX and misterious Shortcuts
on Jul 5, 2010 at 2:40:42 pm

887_togglezoom.wmv.zip

Works for me.



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