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

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Working with Groups

When a group layer is selected in the Layers palette, you can work with it just like any of the other layers, except that any changes you make to the group layer are automatically applied to the sublayers also.

Moving a Group Layer

When a group layer is selected in the Layers palette, you can use the Layer tools to move, scale, and rotate the layer. (All of the Layer tools are covered in Chapter 4, “Working with Layers.”) All transformations that are applied to a group layer are also applied to all the sublayers.

Making a layer a sublayer of a group adds a new level of control to the layer where the group layer becomes the parent of the sublayer. For example, if you have a layer that is animated that you want to move to a ...

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