Adding keyframes manually


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Adding keyframes manually

So here we have our map animation and this time we are going to move the car across the country using manual keyframes. Now, if you are joining me from the last movie, you are probably saying, "The Record button was great. Why would I ever want to use manual keyframes?" Well, to be honest, the Record button is kind of overkill, sometimes you just want to be able to set a keyframe to a specific parameter and get on with your animation. So let's get started. Hit F5, select the Mini layer, and open the Inspector.

What I would like to do is set a Position keyframe. Now remember, keyframes are tied to where your playhead is, so our playhead is at 0. So when I add this first keyframe, it will be at 0 in the Timeline. So I want to add a keyframe for Position. The way you do that, go to the Position Property, and go all the way to the right and you will see this pull down. If you click on it, there is an option for adding a keyframe, or you could choose Ctrl+K. So go ahead and click that, and...

Adding keyframes manually
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Adding keyframes manually provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the Motion 3 Essential Training

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