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How to instantly change size in Premiere Elements 18?

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I'm a beginner to Premiere Elements and can do simple things so far, like keyframing. One thing I notice about keyframing is that it slowly moves from one keyframe to another. Is there a way to keep one keyframe position, then instantly change to another (ex. having scale of a video at 100%, have 100% scale for 5 seconds, then instantly change to 120% scale)

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You can add keyframe interpolation.

Right-click on the keyframe and select Temporal Interpolation.

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How to instantly change size in Premiere Elements 18?

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I'm a beginner to Premiere Elements and can do simple things so far, like keyframing. One thing I notice about keyframing is that it slowly moves from one keyframe to another. Is there a way to keep one keyframe position, then instantly change to another (ex. having scale of a video at 100%, have 100% scale for 5 seconds, then instantly change to 120% scale)

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Correct answer by Steve Grisetti | Adobe Community Professional

You can add keyframe interpolation.

Right-click on the keyframe and select Temporal Interpolation.

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You can add keyframe interpolation.

Right-click on the keyframe and select Temporal Interpolation.

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