It is possible to remove frames from your scene. Your scene will be shortened by the amount of selected frames, and all the animation after the removed frames will move back to close the gap.
In the Timeline or Xsheet view, select a frame or a range of frames to remove.
Do one of the following:
- In the top menu, select Scene > Frame > Remove Selected Frames.
Right-click in the Xsheet view and, in the context menu, select Frame > Remove Selected Frames.
If you selected frames in the Xsheet view by clicking and dragging on the frame numbers like in the screenshot above, or if you selected frames in all the columns in the Xsheet view, you can also press the Del key. You will be prompted to confirm whether you want to delete the frames, or just clear the exposure in the selection. To delete the frames, click Yes.
The Remove Frames dialog box appears.
- If your scene contains scene markers, check Ripple Scene Markers if you want the scene markers after the selected frames to be offset backwards along with the keyframes and drawings. If you want them to remain in place, uncheck this option.