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Below is a partial section of keyframes from the wedding style.

Do all these keyframes have to be input manually ?

or

Is there a way to copy keyframes from one image to another, then just move them over a little ?

 

 

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23 minutes ago, davegee said:

You can copy an Image from one slide t another and THEN change the image in Properties and apply the Shift KF feature as described above.

DG

Is this done in the Q&A screen  ?

As I've tried copying and pasting the first image ... then choosing the copy, and changing the image from properties, but it changes the 1st image also.

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In the same slide:

Copy the Image - Ctrl + C.

Then BEFORE you Paste.

Change the original Image.

THEN Paste the image on the clipboard.

Then do the manipulation.

DG

 

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Thanks for the explanation  DG ... got it to work.

It seems that being able to just copy / paste keyframes from image to image would be a good feature ... yes/no ? 

Certainly easier than the steps you outlined above ... ?

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If you search hard enough, I think you will find that it has been mentioned before.I

If you think about it, they are the exact same steps but not necessarily in the same order. (Morecombe '80's).

DG

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4 hours ago, davegee said:

If you think about it, they are the exact same steps but not necessarily in the same order. (Morecombe '80's).

DG

I agree, same amount of steps ... but unnatural order. ( to me anyway )

Still think it would be a nice and useful feature.

Thanks for the replies.

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