You can group your nodes to keep your work organized.
- In the Timeline view, select the elements you want to group.
Any layers between the selected layers will be automatically grouped as well, so if the stacking order does not matter, move extra layers above or below the layers want to group.
- Do one of the followings:
- Right-click on the highlighted layers and select Group Selection With Composite.
- Right-click on the highlighted layers and select Group Selection.
- From the top menu, select Edit > Group > Group Selected Layers.
The layers appear indented under a new Group layer in the Timeline view
- In the Node view, drag a selection around the nodes you want to group.
- In the Node menu, do one of the following:
- Select Edit > Group > Group Selected Layers.
- Press Ctrl + G (Windows/Linux) or ⌘ + G (macOS).
You can also right-click in the Node view and select one of the following:
- Group > Group Selection With Composite or press Ctrl +Shift + G (Windows/Linux) or ⌘ + Shift + G (macOS).
- Group > Group Selection or press Ctrl + G (Windows/Linux) or ⌘ + G (macOS)
The selected nodes are grouped.
To ensure that you have a Multi-Port Out node in your group and that your group remains connected, include a Composite node in your selection and make sure it is connected to the main Composite node of the scene before grouping.