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I have a question about showing'Show Clip Keyframes'

Community Beginner ,
Sep 03, 2021 Sep 03, 2021

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I'm using Premiere on macOS.

Is it possible to show'Show Clip Keyframes' by just operating the keyboard without using the mouse?

Sorry to trouble you, but please teach me.

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Adobe Community Professional , Sep 04, 2021 Sep 04, 2021
Ah, my answer was a bit of a guess as I did not quite understand what you were looking for. I never use the Show Clip Keyframe feature from the dropdown menu. I right-click on the FX badge in the timeline, if I need the feature which I seldom do. I keyframe in the Effect Controls which in full screen mode gives you plenty of room to work with instead on the clip itself. And the Effect Controls now has an option to filter the parameters. As for the FX badges Opacity is default and no way to cha...

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Sep 03, 2021 Sep 03, 2021

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Open the KBSC panel and type in Show Video Keyframes in the search.

Clip Keyframes is an audio feature.

 

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Community Beginner ,
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Unfortunately, it wasn't the answer I wanted.
Is it possible to operate the FX badge of the clip from the timeline with the keyboard?
The basic setting is opacity, but I want to change it to position, scale, and rotation.
At least if there was'Show Clip Keyframes' in the menu bar, I could operate it from the keyboard.
Thank you very much.

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Ah, my answer was a bit of a guess as I did not quite understand what you were looking for.

I never use the Show Clip Keyframe feature from the dropdown menu.

I right-click on the FX badge in the timeline, if I need the feature which I seldom do.

I keyframe in the Effect Controls which in full screen mode gives you plenty of room to work with instead on the clip itself.

And the Effect Controls now has an option to filter the parameters.

 

As for the FX badges Opacity is default and no way to change that and using the mouse to select the other parameters.

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