Setting Keyframes

You can set motion keyframes in two areas of the Motion Settings dialog box: the motion path area and the motion timeline. The properties of each keyframe—position, rotation, and so on—can be adjusted in the lower part of the Motion Settings dialog box (Figure 14.18).

Figure 14.18. Keyframes are displayed spatially in the motion path and temporally in the motion timeline. Adjust a selected keyframe with controls in the lower part of the dialog box.

In the large box at the top of the Motion Settings dialog box, you can add and adjust keyframes on a motion path. The motion path area indicates the position of the clip spatially. ...

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