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Setting the Exposure

You can easily increase or decrease the exposure for a selected cell range by using the Set Exposure options.

To set the exposure:

1. In the Timeline or Xsheet view, select the cell range on which you want to set the exposure.

2. In the top menu, select one of the following:
Animation > Cell > Set Exposure > Set Exposure to 1.
Animation > Cell > Set Exposure > Set Exposure to 2.
Animation > Cell > Set Exposure > Set Exposure to 3 .
Animation > Cell > Set Exposure.

You can also click the Set Exposure buttons in the Timeline View toolbar’s extra buttons or right-click the selected cells and choose .

3. In Harmony Xsheet, right-click and select Exposure > Set Exposure to and then select one of the following:
Set Exposure to 1
Set Exposure to 2
Set Exposure to 3
Set Exposure

If you choose the Set Exposure option, the Set Exposure dialog box opens.

4. Type the number of frames you want the drawings to display and click OK.

The new timing is displayed in the Xsheet view.

Related Topics 

Filling Exposure