Editing numerically in the Timeline panel


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Editing numerically in the Timeline panel

In the last movie, we covered editing transformations interactively in the Comp panel. In this movie, we will cover editing them directly in the Timeline panel. The first property, Anchor Point, we will cover in more detail in the Advanced Animation lesson. But for now, I did want to point out, where does this value come from? 300 on the X axis and 60 on the Y axis. If I double-click my title, it will open it in its own Layer panel. You will notice the Layer panel is docked in the same frame as the composition.

In the Layer panel, I'm going to turn on the Rulers, View > Show Rulers, and point out that at the top left- hand corner, that's considered to be 0, 0. So this value of 300 on the X axis and 60 pixels on the Y axis now makes sense. The anchor point is in relation to the layer itself. Now I wanted to point out the Layer panel mostly because beginners often double-click a layer by accident, and then they don't realize they are not in the composition anymore. So if you o...

Editing numerically in the Timeline panel
Video duration: 7m 18s 2h 19m Beginner Updated Nov 09, 2012

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Editing numerically in the Timeline panel provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chris Meyer and Trish Meyer as part of the After Effects Apprentice 02: Basic Animation

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