Auto-Select Graph Type & Value Graph

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Aug 08, 2022 Aug 08, 2022

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I cannot see any change in the graph when selecting these two option. What is the different between these two options?

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Adobe Employee , Aug 08, 2022 Aug 08, 2022

Hi MahaB82A,

 

Thanks for writing in.

There are 2 types of graphs available in After Effects - Value Graph and Speed Graph. As the name suggests, the option Auto-Select Graph Type automatically selects the appropriate graph type for a property. The other option is to switch to the Value Graph manually. 

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Hi MahaB82A,

 

Thanks for writing in.

There are 2 types of graphs available in After Effects - Value Graph and Speed Graph. As the name suggests, the option Auto-Select Graph Type automatically selects the appropriate graph type for a property. The other option is to switch to the Value Graph manually. 

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Enthusiast ,
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Thanks for the explanation.

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It is nearly impossible to make any sense of a Value graph when editing any property with an array like Transform/Position or Lens Flair/Feature Center. Motion paths are easily edited using the pen tool in the Composition or the Footage panel for effects that use position.

 

Maybe this tutorial will help:

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