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Make keyframe handles pin horisontally upon holding Shift

Enthusiast ,
Nov 24, 2023 Nov 24, 2023

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Hi, guys. The porblem I've suffered for ages seems to bother no one but me since I've found no such posts here in the Community.

There are keyframes in Premiere Pro and they have handles. In After effects if you hold the Shift key on your keyboard, the handles pin to the horisontal or diagonal position so in case of moving the Scale keyframe to interpolate it more gradually - that is ease in\out more - you don't go above or below the current value. 

In Premiere Pro the shift key does not work and whilest the position key is pinned to the lower part of the keyframe region and cannot be moved below it, the scale keyframes float as if not attached, see the video below.

Sequence 01_1.mp4_20231124_133725.047.jpg

 

The handle goes up and down from its starting point once you move it to the left to make the ease "easier". And if you want it have the sa,me value you keyframed it you either have to use a magnifying glass and a ruler or somehow bring it to the same level visually.

Isn't there a chance Adobe will introdice some kond of fix for this, so when you hold shift the handle remains on the same horizontal line and does not change its value, when you move the keyframe handle?

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LEGEND ,
Nov 24, 2023 Nov 24, 2023

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I would love this ... I would also love splines for all keyframed controls ... sigh.

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New Here ,
May 24, 2024 May 24, 2024

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I've been frustrated with this for years, too.

I can't believe Adobe can't get this to work the same as in After Effects.

I frequently just jump into AE to create quick graphics that I might otherwise create in Premiere, just to avoid this.

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May 24, 2024 May 24, 2024

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Gets my vote!

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