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Keyframes

New Here ,
Apr 17, 2022 Apr 17, 2022

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Probably a really obvious thing but I've only just started using After Effects and need to know how to hold an object in place/extend the length of a keyframe before it starts moving again. I.e: in the picture below i need keyframe 2 to hold it's position until a second before keyframe 3ssss.png

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Community Expert , Apr 17, 2022 Apr 17, 2022

Copy the second keyframe and paste it before keyframe 3,  then right click on one the click: toggle hold keyframe as shown in the screenshot below

Screen Shot 2022-04-17 at 7.32.22 PM.png

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Apr 17, 2022 Apr 17, 2022

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You add more keyframes and tweak the interpolatiojn settings of the inbetween segements. I suggest you take the time to read the online help and watch a few tutorials on YouTube.

 

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Copy the second keyframe and paste it before keyframe 3,  then right click on one the click: toggle hold keyframe as shown in the screenshot below

Screen Shot 2022-04-17 at 7.32.22 PM.png

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