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Scott ClementsHow do you delete keyframes that lay beyond the range of the clip they're affecting?
by on Jun 9, 2015 at 6:57:43 pm

Hi,

I'm trying to delete keyframes that are affecting a clip, but not within its time boundaries. In Avid, there is a command to delete keyframes that are beyond the boundaries of the clip. Sometimes, I can't delete the keyframes I need to in Premiere, even after trying to delete them all in the effects editor.

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Joe Barta IVRe: How do you delete keyframes that lay beyond the range of the clip they're affecting?
by on Jun 9, 2015 at 8:13:37 pm

In the Effects Controls window for that clip, click on the little triangle that is Go To Next Keyframe, you'll see you cursor go out beyond the end of the clip. The click the little diamond, between the left and right triangles, that is Add/Remove Keyframe. Repeat until all have been eliminated.

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Scott ClementsRe: How do you delete keyframes that lay beyond the range of the clip they're affecting?
by on Jun 9, 2015 at 8:24:43 pm

Hi, Joe.

I tried that already and unfortunately it's not working for me. The "go to next keyframe" button does not take me to keyframes beyond the length of the clip in the timeline. Not sure if this makes any difference, but the keyframes were on audio that belonged to a multicam clip.

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Joe Barta IVRe: How do you delete keyframes that lay beyond the range of the clip they're affecting?
by on Jun 9, 2015 at 8:30:50 pm

The mysteries and magic of Multi-Cam, you may have just found a bug in the system.

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Matthew RossRe: How do you delete keyframes that lay beyond the range of the clip they're affecting?
by on Jun 9, 2015 at 8:48:53 pm

Have you tried deselecting "pin to clip" (in the Effect Controls window, click on the options icon to the right of "Effect Controls." Pin to clip is at the bottom). You can then drag out the scrub bar on the bottom of the keyframe window to get to keyframes outside the clip length. If that doesn't work, then maybe it is a bug with multicam.


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Scott ClementsRe: How do you delete keyframes that lay beyond the range of the clip they're affecting?
by on Jun 10, 2015 at 3:44:18 am

Hi, Matthew. Thanks for letting me know about "Pin to Clip" option. I didn't know about that. I've tried testing it on a non multi-cam clip, but it doesn't make it so that I can navigate to the keyframe with the bottom scroll bar. Literally, the only way to get at the keyframe is to actually drag out the clip again in the timeline. It seems like the "pin to clip" option is the answer but that it's just not working in Premiere right now. I wonder if this may be a new bug people haven't picked up on?

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