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No Bezzier key frames in Premiere

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I have a 2020 Premiere Pro. I want to add Ease In and Ease Out on my timeline between two keyframes. In the past I would right click on a keyframe and that and other options would appear. Now, when right I click, the only option I have is Add/Remove Keyframe. I don't understand why. Need help, please.

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No Bezzier key frames in Premiere

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I have a 2020 Premiere Pro. I want to add Ease In and Ease Out on my timeline between two keyframes. In the past I would right click on a keyframe and that and other options would appear. Now, when right I click, the only option I have is Add/Remove Keyframe. I don't understand why. Need help, please.

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Try right clicking on the keyframe itself in the timeline view (right side in the Effect Controls) instead of the add/remove button.

Press the stopwatch first to add a keyframe.

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Can you post a screen recording or full UI screenshot showing this happening? In Premiere 14.4.0 (Build 38), which is the latest version of 2020 as of this post, I can show Position keyframes in the timeline and right-click them to see the interpolation types. See the attached screenshot for what I see and let me know, with specific steps, how to recreate your issue.

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