Working with keyframes directly in the Timeline


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Working with keyframes directly in the Timeline

Elements gives us yet another way to add keyframes and make things move, and that's in the Timeline. So we got two pieces of footage here, everybody dancing actually, and then I will move over and we will see underneath this this nice pan shot of Santa Barbara. And I am going to right- click and Delete and Close Gap. I want to fade in first of all from this, so I am going to select this footage. And actually I need a little bit of room to work here, so if I right-click off to the side and do a Track Size, I am going to choose Medium.

Now you might not see this down arrow right here. This is Opacity. So if your footage is closed like that, you might not see anything, but let's spread it out a little bit, a little zoom, and I have got room now to work. Keep in mind, you see this yellow bar? Well, we are going to be using that quite a bit. So first I have Opacity, so I select the yellow bar, I go back to frame 1, which I am at, all right, Add/Remove a keyframe. I am going to add a keyfram...

Working with keyframes directly in the Timeline
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Working with keyframes directly in the Timeline provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by David Basulto as part of the Premiere Elements 10 Essential Training

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