Copying and Pasting Animation
As you animate, you will find that you reuse many positions, drawings, and keys. However, you may only want to paste the drawings or just the keys or maybe everything. There are different paste options available in the Timeline view which give you maximum flexibility when reusing and pasting.
Note that these modes also apply when you use drag instead of copy and paste.
There are three different modes for pasting your selection:
|•||Paste Mode: All Drawing Attributes: Pastes the drawing exposure and keyframes.|
|•||Paste Mode: Keyframes Only: Pastes only the keyframes.|
|•||Paste Mode: Exposures Only: Pastes only the drawing exposure.|
|1.||In the Timeline view, select the cells you want to copy and paste.|
|2.||In the Timeline view's left side, enable the desired Paste mode.|
|3.||From the top menu, select Edit > Copy cells from the Timeline or press Ctrl + C (Windows/Linux) or ⌘ + C (Mac OS X).|
|4.||In the Timeline view's right side, select the cell where you want to paste your selection.|
|5.||Select Edit > Paste Cells in the Timeline or press Ctrl + V (Windows/Linux) or ⌘ + V (Mac OS X).|
Paste Mode: All Drawing Attributes
Paste Mode: Keyframes Only
Paste Mode: Exposures Only