Select keyframes to right

Explorer ,
Jan 19, 2021 Jan 19, 2021

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Hey,

I'm looking for a way to select all keyframes for a layer (or multiple unlocked layers) to the right, so I can easily retime my animations without zooming out timeline all the time.  Premiere does this thing with a hotkey A.
Problem is that when I zoom out timeline then selecting keyframes becomes quite hard.  And I have to zoom in and out all the time - results in wasted time.

Not a problem for short - say 3 sec scene, quite painful for 8 sec 😄
Wondering maybe there's a script out there to accompish this?

Will submit feature request probably.

Thanks.

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Guide , Jan 19, 2021 Jan 19, 2021
Hi mate,  If you want to add or remove frames, just make sure you have no selection in the timeline, press and hold F5 and it will keep adding frames (the point of insertion being your playback head position) until you release it; you can remove frames in the same way using the appropriate shortcut.If you need to add a specific number of frames, you can make a vertical selection across all layers. Pressing F5 will add this amount of frames. Successive presses will repeat the action.

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Hi mate, 

 

If you want to add or remove frames, just make sure you have no selection in the timeline, press and hold F5 and it will keep adding frames (the point of insertion being your playback head position) until you release it; you can remove frames in the same way using the appropriate shortcut.

If you need to add a specific number of frames, you can make a vertical selection across all layers. Pressing F5 will add this amount of frames. Successive presses will repeat the action.

 

Nick – Character designer and animator, Flash user since 1998
Member of Flanimate Power Tools team – extensions for character animation – flash-powertools dot com

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Thanks !!

 

You're right. I don't know how I could be so dumb. I knew about F5 but not realized I should use it in this case (facepalm) 😂

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Glad I could help, mate!

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Nick – Character designer and animator, Flash user since 1998
Member of Flanimate Power Tools team – extensions for character animation – flash-powertools dot com

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