Parameter Keyframe Inspector

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Parameter Keyframe Inspector

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Parameter Keyframe Inspector

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The Parameter Keyframe Inspector allows you to set up the following:

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The left image shows the standard inspector for a keyframe.

The right image shows the multi-inspector of three keyframes that belong to a preset.

Note the additional drop-down menu where you can choose the keyframe the below information should refer to. The keyframe's name in the menu consists of:
[2.1] - the site and layer ID it belongs to,
Opacity Event - the parameter it belongs to, and
@0:00:00:03:00 - the time it belongs to.

Underneath the drop-down menu you see the information that two more preset keyframes are currently selected.

Under the horizontal line the standard inspector lists all customizable control and property settings.

 

Name
Informs you about the parameter's name the selected keyframe belongs to. In case the selected key belongs to a preset, the preset's ID and name are listed as well.

Time
To change the timecode of the key, enter the new timecode using the following syntax: enter eg. 0:00:06:09 or just 609 to get the new time 0:00:06:09.
To just add eg. two seconds to the current time, enter "++200", to subtract eg. two seconds, enter "--200".

Time in Clip
To change the Time of the key inside the clip, enter the new time using the following syntax: enter eg. 0:00:06:09 or just 609 to get the new time 0:00:06:09.
To just add eg. two seconds to the current time, enter "++200", to subtract eg. two seconds, enter "--200".

Curve Type
You can choose between a Linear (Standard), Bezier, Bezier Corner, Constant and Stop curve type. To edit the curves please open the Curve Editor. The Curve Editor topic also illustrates and explains the different types.

Value
To change the key's value, enter the new value or move the fader.