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Simply Flashing

Christopher B. Contois

 

 

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Simply Flashing

Christopher B. Contois
2cinteractive.com



Submitted Question:
Is there a way to move objects that reside across multiple frames in one shot?
-Murray

Editing Multiple Frames:
There is a small button located under the timeline, that will allow you to select all of the keyframes you would like to move simultaneously (hold the shift to select multiple frames). See image below.

Additionally, you will notice once you select this button, you will have access to 2 black bracketed handles above your timeline. By spanning these across multiple frame you will see how object align themselves in relation to each other, even if they are not normally viewed at the same time. Another perk of the bracketed area, is that you can easily select the objects you wish to move, by drawing a bounding box around them.

Test it out and play. If it is still not clear, feel free to write me, I will try to explain in more detail.

-Christopher
email: ccontois@2cinteractive.com
url: www.2cinteractive.com


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