Current project requires me to manually tweak tracked masks. When I have a mask path selected I would like to be able to use a keyboard shortcut to select the keyframe at the CTI. I Googled and checked Adobe docs & discussions but ot my surprise I could find no posts on this. If there is no way, is it possible to have AE auto-select the keyframe at the CTI every time I scroll the footage?
The J and K keys will move the CTI to the previous, or the next keyframe no matter how many properties with keyframes are visible in the Timeline.
If you want to adjust tracked mask keyframes under the CTI manually, edit any point or handle. If there is already a keyframe at that time, you will edit that keyframe. If there is no keyframe at that point, you will add one.
I'm not sure what else you would need. Edits always happen at the CTI unless you double-click a specific keyframe and do the editing in the popup.
This feature would be useful for nudging individual keyframes in time. I'd like to be able to use J and K to navigate to the keyframe, then be able to actually select it with the keyboard, before using Alt + arrow keys to nudge it forwards and backwards without having to use the mouse.
In my opinion the ideal functionality would be that J and K actually SELECT the previous/next keyframe in addition to navigating the CTI to its location.