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Is there an easy way to MOVE or ADD keyframes within an animation?

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Feb 02, 2020

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So-- I'm doing hand-drawn frame-by-frame animation. In many cases I need to add a blank keyframe in the middle of a bunch of other finished keyframes. This seems like a very simple task-- but I'm not getting it. If I try to right-click "insert blank keyframe," it just moves the curser over-- nothing is added. If I try to click and drag a new blank keyframe over into the middle of my other keyframes, it PASTES OVER an old finished keyframe, instead of adding a new one. It feels extremely counter-intuitive if you can't move a frame to a new place without pasting over an old frame. There must be a simple way, right?

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Is there an easy way to MOVE or ADD keyframes within an animation?

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So-- I'm doing hand-drawn frame-by-frame animation. In many cases I need to add a blank keyframe in the middle of a bunch of other finished keyframes. This seems like a very simple task-- but I'm not getting it. If I try to right-click "insert blank keyframe," it just moves the curser over-- nothing is added. If I try to click and drag a new blank keyframe over into the middle of my other keyframes, it PASTES OVER an old finished keyframe, instead of adding a new one. It feels extremely counter-intuitive if you can't move a frame to a new place without pasting over an old frame. There must be a simple way, right?

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https://helpx.adobe.com/animate/using/frames-keyframes.html

 

Insert Keyframe (F6) just turns the selected frame(s) into keyframes. To actually add new frames you use Insert Frames (F5).

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