How To Copy & Paste Keyframes – An Adobe After Effects tutorial

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Learn how to, and what’s going on when you, cut, copy and paste keyframes in adobe after effects. I know it sounds easy but if it was that easy I would not have so many questions in my inbox about it now would I. Today we’re taking it back to basics and responding to overwhelming comment questions at the same time y’all.

I know it’s been very very basic so far but stick with me and I’ll make something way cooler. I promise. In fact the next one will blow you’re mind… or not. I don’t know what I’m doing next.

All About Keyframes & The Graph Editor – An Adobe After Effects Tutorial

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WARNING! This is way too much about the nitty gritty of keyframing in after effects. I honestly got bared by MYSELF on this one. It’s too much. I open up parts of this thing that you may have never ever seen and may hope to never see again. If you have a weak constitution or other things to do for 20 minutes turn back now.

I’m super sorry, the next one will be better I promise.

The subjects covered here:
Keyframes – what kids are they? What are those wacky things? Where did I leave my kids? Oh it was the park, they are now feral wolf kids.
The Graph Editor – I love editing video I’ll love editing graphs? Oh no I don’t! It was terrible.

If this stuff confuses you just let me know in the comments. Or don’t. I might be happier without know that I can’t explain things for poops. Either way hit me up with your Qs and I’ll try to A them in the A.

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