How to Create and Adjust Motion Paths in After Effects CC


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Creating and adjusting motion paths

Anytime you record key frames with spatial data, like position key frames. You may have noticed a motion path in your scene. So, to look at one, let's go ahead and select Layer Two in our timeline. And with Layer Two selected, you see this dotted line in the middle of the page. This is just showing me that there's animation on this sphere. And if we press the u key on our keyboard, the uber key, it'll open up any animated properties for that layer. So now we can see our key frames in the title line.

I want you to go ahead and click on this box on the left side of this dotted line. Notice the second I click on that box, this key frame here, in the front of my timeline, will highlight. That's letting me know that I'm actually moving a key frame. Whenever you create motion paths, you'll have key frames represented by these big squares. And you can go back and click on them, and then move them after the fact. Now if I try and click on this second key frame, right here where the spher...

Creating and adjusting motion paths
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Creating and adjusting motion paths 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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