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Frames appear in wrong spot

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Jun 02, 2020

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Hello, I tried to find a solution for this but I haven't found anyone with a similar problem.

 

It happens a lot, I set some keyframes and then these are not in the right spot but they appear as selected on the left:Natachufa_0-1591095033875.png

So, if I copy a frame on top this one it doesn't overwrites as you can see it creates a new one just next to it:

Natachufa_1-1591095244573.png

 

I'm a bit fed up of this and I have no idea how to fix it.

 

Thank you so much in advance.

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Frames appear in wrong spot

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Hello, I tried to find a solution for this but I haven't found anyone with a similar problem.

 

It happens a lot, I set some keyframes and then these are not in the right spot but they appear as selected on the left:Natachufa_0-1591095033875.png

So, if I copy a frame on top this one it doesn't overwrites as you can see it creates a new one just next to it:

Natachufa_1-1591095244573.png

 

I'm a bit fed up of this and I have no idea how to fix it.

 

Thank you so much in advance.

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It is possible to create keyframes between the frame. This is happening in your first screenshot. This happends for instance, if you retime a selection of keyframes using ALT *drag.

 

There are a couple of scripts avaiable to correct those "between" keyframes. I work with KEYBoard.

You can also do this manually by just draging the keyframe left or right. It should snap into the frames-grip again.

 

*Martin

 

 

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Oh, thank you so much Martin, I was going crazy, didn't know that could happen.

I will take a look to the script you told me.

 

Thank you so much! 😃

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