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Anime Studio™ 6: The Official Guide by Kelly L. Murdock

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Using Onion Skinning

Onion skinning is a feature that shows the paths of the adjacent frames next to the actual frame. This is helpful when you’re trying to line up objects during an animation. Any frame can be specified as an onion skin frame using the row of slots located directly under the frame range in the Timeline palette.

Before you can click the Onionskin bar to specify an onion skin frame, you’ll first need to enable onion skinning using the Onionskins drop-down list located at the top of the Timeline palette, as shown in Figure 17.14.

Figure 17.14. Onionskins pop-up menu.

The Enable onion skins option turns on the onion skin feature. ...

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