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Is there a way to insert a blank key frame between two other key frames?

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Jun 21, 2017

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So I've been constantly attempting to make an animation, but every time it's choppy because of how I'm making my keyframes. I wanna add keyframes in between others to help the animation flow better, but I cant seem to find out how. I've tried to press f7 to insert a keyframe while highlighted over one, but it just cycles to the frame after it without adding a new one. Is there any way to do this?

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Is there a way to insert a blank key frame between two other key frames?

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So I've been constantly attempting to make an animation, but every time it's choppy because of how I'm making my keyframes. I wanna add keyframes in between others to help the animation flow better, but I cant seem to find out how. I've tried to press f7 to insert a keyframe while highlighted over one, but it just cycles to the frame after it without adding a new one. Is there any way to do this?

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You use F5 to insert new frames. So insert a frame, then convert it to a keyframe.

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I have to same problem and all that di was add to key frames at the end when i want them in between plz help

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I have a question that could relate to this. I am currently trying to separate all of my keyframes by an equal amount. I had them all right next to each other so I could work out the key frames of my animation, but now I want to draw the inbetweens, and separating each and every frame by an equal amount is taking a very long time. I was wondering if there was any sort of shortcut or way to insert a set number of frames in between every single frame at once.

These are my keyframes, and going through and dragging them all column by column is very time consuming. Any help would be much appreciated.

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That would be a job for a JSFL script.

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Like this:

// Insert keyframes in every frame of every layer of the current timeline

var tl = fl.getDocumentDOM().timelines[0];

var framesToGo = tl.frameCount;

var curFrame = -2;

while (framesToGo--) {

    tl.insertFrames(1, true, curFrame += 2);

}

Copy and paste into a new text document. Save with .JSFL file extension. Double-click to run against current document.

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Thank you so much! I really appreciate it! : )

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