How to Copy and Paste Keyframes in Adobe After Effects CS5


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Copying and pasting keyframes

Hello, folks! Since we've last worked together, I have taken the liberty to go through to our little biker girl here. I have animated a little bit of a pedal cycle. I realized that if you are a master animator, this might seem cheesy. I would agree with you, but her scale's off a little anyways. so it's a little bit cartoony and kind of fun. So, this is me doing one little pedal around. But I didn't keep doing this because that's really laborious. What I can choose to do instead is simply copy and paste keyframes, but there is a trick to it that I want to show.

I'm going to select the Biker Body layer. I'm going to press the letter U, and that's going to show me all of the keyframes applied to this layer. Actually, what I'm going to do is resize my Timeline panel a little bit because I really don't need to see what's going on. I just need to see this content, all of these keyframes. So, here's what we can do. If we want to select some keyframes, ...

Copying and pasting keyframes
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Copying and pasting keyframes provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chad Perkins as part of the After Effects CS5 Essential Training

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Video
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After Effects
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