premiere8 keyframe editing?

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Jan 15, 2011

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   I was trying this i punched in some key frames in the timeline and selected an effect.Then i selected the clip went To the task panel and did the moves to end up in the edit effects mode.At each key frame i would make drastic changes,such as going from red to blue or 0 to 1oo%.The manual says the program picks up on this and changes along the way but i just get one over all blend in the entire clip.Should i be clicking enter or apply along the way or maybe done then apply,the manual really does not say.Thanks  Alfrid

If only we knew!

The thing is, you meant to go to the Mechanic and you dropped into the Neighborhood association to ask about your issue. In other words, you are in the wrong forum to be asking about a specific product issue.

Try clicking the link below and re-posting your question in the most appropriate forum.

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premiere8 keyframe editing?

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   I was trying this i punched in some key frames in the timeline and selected an effect.Then i selected the clip went To the task panel and did the moves to end up in the edit effects mode.At each key frame i would make drastic changes,such as going from red to blue or 0 to 1oo%.The manual says the program picks up on this and changes along the way but i just get one over all blend in the entire clip.Should i be clicking enter or apply along the way or maybe done then apply,the manual really does not say.Thanks  Alfrid

If only we knew!

The thing is, you meant to go to the Mechanic and you dropped into the Neighborhood association to ask about your issue. In other words, you are in the wrong forum to be asking about a specific product issue.

Try clicking the link below and re-posting your question in the most appropriate forum.

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Cheers... Rick

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If only we knew!

The thing is, you meant to go to the Mechanic and you dropped into the Neighborhood association to ask about your issue. In other words, you are in the wrong forum to be asking about a specific product issue.

Try clicking the link below and re-posting your question in the most appropriate forum.

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Cheers... Rick

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Thank you for takjng the the time to set me straight  Rick

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And Rick, thanks to your direction, I believe that the OP has found the correct workflow in Premiere Elements, in that forum, HERE.

appreciated,

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Premiere8 + Timeline = Premiere Elements forum

Go to http://forums.adobe.com/community/premiere_elements

Or start at http://forums.adobe.com/index.jspa and select the correct forum

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