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Selecting ALL keyframes within an animated clip, and moving the clip to a different position.

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Aug 25, 2020

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I've got this nested animation on my timeline, and in that animation it has a whole lot of keyframes using different values for Position.

 

Yet I want to select that clip and ALL of its keyframes and nudge it to a different position in the animation. Yet it only moves one of the keyframes out of the hundreds the clip has.

 

What's the trick to do this?

Thanks Joost for the quick response.

I learned that if you use 'Anchor Point' instead of 'Position', you can reposition the clip with all those keyframes from anywhere.

Anchor Point is my new best friend. 🙂

 

 

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Selecting ALL keyframes within an animated clip, and moving the clip to a different position.

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I've got this nested animation on my timeline, and in that animation it has a whole lot of keyframes using different values for Position.

 

Yet I want to select that clip and ALL of its keyframes and nudge it to a different position in the animation. Yet it only moves one of the keyframes out of the hundreds the clip has.

 

What's the trick to do this?

Thanks Joost for the quick response.

I learned that if you use 'Anchor Point' instead of 'Position', you can reposition the clip with all those keyframes from anywhere.

Anchor Point is my new best friend. 🙂

 

 

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Unfortunaly this is a current limitation of working with keyframes in Adobe Premiere Pro. But if you feel strongly about this feature, you file a request here: https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/911233-premiere-pro

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Thanks Joost for the quick response.

I learned that if you use 'Anchor Point' instead of 'Position', you can reposition the clip with all those keyframes from anywhere.

Anchor Point is my new best friend. 🙂

 

 

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