If there is a particular drawing you want to keep on a specific frame, you can set it as a key exposure. This prevents it from be overwritten by a drawing swap on a preceding frame. A key exposure is simply a property of an exposure that forces it to be exposed on a certain frame regardless of whether the previous exposure is the same drawing or not.
- In the Timeline view, select the drawing cell to set as the key exposure.
- Do one of the following:In the Timeline toolbar, click the Add Key Exposure button.
- In the Timeline toolbar, click the Add Key Exposure button.
In the Timeline menu, select Exposure > Add Key Exposure.
- Right-click and select Exposure > Add Key Exposure.
A new key exposure is added at the current frame.