Adjust Keyframes in the Graphic Editor with After Effects


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Adjusting keyframes in the Graph Editor

If you've ever created an animation and just thought that it lacked a little pop, it's probably because you haven't been editing the keyframes in the Graph Editor. Now in this exercise we'll animate all four of these words using the Graph Editor. But we'll work efficiently by only animating one word and then copy and pasting those keyframes to the subsequent layers. So to get started, I want to animate the word Success. So let's select the layer three, and just so we can see that layer only, let's click the Solo button. Now that we've isolated Success, let's press P on our keyboard, and then hold down Shift + S to open up the Scale and Position parameters.

Those are the two parameters that we're going to animate. Now since this is where I want the word to end up I'm going to go ahead animate backwards. By positioning my current time indicator on frame 12. And then clicking the stop watch's next position and scale. Now that we have our first key frame s...

Adjusting keyframes in the Graph Editor
Video duration: 8m 26s 14h 52m Appropriate for all Updated Nov 03, 2014

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Adjusting keyframes in the Graph Editor 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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