There are several different ways you can create keyframes. You can add a coordinate keyframe, position keyframe or a keyframe along with your drawing duplication.
You can create a keyframe without a drawing. This adds new coordinate points but the drawing in the layer stays the same. At the same time, you may also want to duplicate your drawing if you need to modify it and do not want to modify the original.
You can also add a position keyframe instead of a regular keyframe. When you do this, keyframes will only be added on the X, Y and Z parameters of the selected layer. Keyframes are not added on the Angle, Scale and Skew parameters.
- In the Timeline view, select the cell on which you want to add a keyframe.
- Add a keyframe by doing one of the following:
|‣||From the top menu, select Insert > Keyframe.|
|‣||Right-click on the selection and select Insert Keyframe.|
|‣||In the Timeline View toolbar, click the Add Keyframe button.|
If the Animate mode is enabled in the Camera view, a keyframe is automatically created on the current frame.
- In the Timeline view, select the cell containing the drawing you want to duplicate and add a keyframe.
- Do one of the following:
|‣||From the top menu, select Insert > Keyframe and Duplicate Drawing.|
|‣||Right-click on the selection and select Insert Keyframe and Duplicate Drawing.|
A keyframe and a duplicate of the drawing is created. The duplicated drawing sits on top of the original drawing.
- In the Timeline view, select the cell on which you want to add a position keyframe.
- From the top menu, select Insert > Position Keyframe.
|‣||In the Timeline view, select a keyframe and do one of the following:|
Right-click and select Delete Keyframes.
In the Timeline view menu, select Motion > Delete Keyframes.
From the top menu, select Animation > Delete Keyframe.
|‣||Use the Transform tool to select a keyframe to delete from the trajectory in the Camera view and press Delete.|