Editing values and timing


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Editing values and timing

Next I am going to use the Graph Editor to edit the timing and the value of my keyframes. I'll make sure my layer is selected, Snowflake.mov, and I'll make sure that I am seeing my animated properties. And to help simplify my display, I am going to go ahead and say just auto-select the graph type and don't show me the reference graph. That way I will be seeing the values from most of my keyframes and the speed for my position keyframes. I am going to play around with this rotation value first. I hover the tooltip over it, and I see this ending as 0 degrees at time 120. Let's say that I want it to rotate more.

I just select the keyframe and drag it up or down to change its value range. Higher is a higher value. Now, After Effects will naturally try to snap to the same point in time as other keyframes, or the same values of the keyframes; that's controlled by this old magnet icon, Snap. If you find yourself straining a little bit, or you can't keep the same time while...

Editing values and timing
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Editing values and timing provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chris Meyer and Trish Meyer as part of the After Effects Apprentice 03: Advanced Animation

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