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Is it possible to link keyframes to the end of clips instead of the beginning?

New Here ,
Apr 11, 2020 Apr 11, 2020

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Using Premiere Pro 2020, is it possible to have keyframes linked to the end of a clip, instead of the beginning? I am new to PP, working on videos for church streaming, and the purpose of my keyframes is to have the words to the songs enter and exit the screen at the right time. The length of each text graphic (clip?) varies, since some parts of the song last longer than others. When I'm copying from one graphic to create the new one, I frequently have to go in and move the keyframes, which can be very inefficient. There has to be a better way. 

 

If I could link the exit keyframes to the end of the clip, changing the length of the clip would not cause me to have to move my keyframes.

 

Thank you for any tips.

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LEGEND , Apr 11, 2020 Apr 11, 2020

Yes, easily if you are using Essential Graphic to built the text elements. You designate which portions of the graphic animation are kept at constant values by assigning Responsive Design -Time to the Intro and Outro of the clip:Screen Shot 2020-04-11 at 3.59.36 PM.png

Once you do that if you lengthen or shorten the graphic clip on the timeline, the animation you do in those "protected" areas stays consistent.

More info here:

https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/using/essential-graphics-panel.html#AddResponsiveDesignfeaturestoyourgraphics

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Yes, easily if you are using Essential Graphic to built the text elements. You designate which portions of the graphic animation are kept at constant values by assigning Responsive Design -Time to the Intro and Outro of the clip:Screen Shot 2020-04-11 at 3.59.36 PM.png

Once you do that if you lengthen or shorten the graphic clip on the timeline, the animation you do in those "protected" areas stays consistent.

More info here:

https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/using/essential-graphics-panel.html#AddResponsiveDesignfeatures... 

scroll down to the part about Responsive Design - Time.

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New Here ,
Apr 14, 2020 Apr 14, 2020

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Thank you so much. I'll look into this tonight.

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Apr 15, 2020 Apr 15, 2020

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That was exactly what I need. Thank you!

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Apr 27, 2024 Apr 27, 2024

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Is there a similar approach for adjustment layers? 

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