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Next / Previous Keyframe Keyboard Shortcut ????

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Sep 18, 2011

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Searching for info on a keyboard shortcut for navagating between the layer keyframes .. such as position, scale, rotation, etc ..

It is way too tedious to click on the little triangle and back to editing.

Tried to search the Forums and found nothing.

No custom options either.

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Next / Previous Keyframe Keyboard Shortcut ????

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Searching for info on a keyboard shortcut for navagating between the layer keyframes .. such as position, scale, rotation, etc ..

It is way too tedious to click on the little triangle and back to editing.

Tried to search the Forums and found nothing.

No custom options either.

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See "Time navigation (keyboard shortcuts)".

Rather than searchng the forum for things like that, I recommend searching the Help document.

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J and K keys, but the keyframes have to be visible. These keys also move to the next marker or the next in or out point for a layer. Escentially you are moving between events in the timeline, but only visible events. The rest of the shortcuts are in the links Todd posted.

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Todd_Kopriva your answer was not helpful. The help system is garbage. I found the correct answer on this page: Setting, selecting, and deleting keyframes in After Effects, but it is buried so far in you would never know that was the answer you needed unless you knew the answer in the first place.

Thank you, Rick Gerard​!

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Adobe's help system is garbage indeed.  For company with so many applications to have a unified help system is, for lack of a better word, stupid.  And it doesn't help that such a stupid idea is so clumsily executed.

There are reference guides though which Adobe apparently doesn't want people using.

here is the After Effects reference guide https://helpx.adobe.com/pdf/after_effects_reference.pdf

It's a bookmarked, hyperlinked, easily searchable PDF document.

As for keyboard shortcuts you can also always open the keyboard shortcut editor and search there.

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Command + right/left arrow on Mac.

For Windows change the Command with Control I suppose.

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Command + right/left arrow on Mac.

these are for next frame, not next keyframe

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Well I for one am glad to have found this question in the forums rather then having to dig through a help file!

   

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The direct answer is quite better, actually.  🙂 Maybe because the google search is better navigator than any help logic 😞

Please people we are not in the 90s anymore. Everything is on the internet these days.

As long as the application is not a simple one (let's say with four buttons/functions and one page help) this is the better way to find answers.

Ergo I find your answer rude mr. @Todd_Kopriva. Especially having in mind you are representing Adobe.

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