Add and Adjust Keyframes in After Effects CC


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Adding and adjusting keyframes

Key framing is arguably the most fundamental aspect of creating any kind of motion graphics. And we're going to explore how to add and adjust key frames by animating the appearance of this logo into the scene. Now, rather than trying to describe the move, let's go ahead and double click on the logo animated comp in the Project panel. Let's load a ram preview by pressing 0 on your key pad or Ctrl + 0 on your regular sized keyboard. So as you can see, we have the logo sliding into the scene. And while it's a relatively simplistic animation, there's a fair amount of work that goes in behind something like this.

So I'm going to press the Spacebar and stop play back. And let's go ahead and get started. So if you click on the h+ logo tab on the left side of your Timeline panel, you can see here we've got our logo. Now, go ahead and press home to move your current time indicator to the start of the timeline. That's a good general practice when you're starting to buil...

Adding and adjusting keyframes
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Adding and adjusting keyframes provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the After Effects CC Essential Training

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Video
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After Effects
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