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  • Thu, Jan 20 2011 4:44 AM In reply to

    • yakuba42
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    Re: Moving audio keyframes horizontally

    Sure lose a lot of time moving groups of keyframes around one at a time.

     

     

     

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    • Paddywack
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    Re: Moving audio keyframes horizontally

    Yes please. And yes please again with knobs on!

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  • Thu, Jan 20 2011 11:37 AM In reply to

    • Tugger
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    Re: Moving audio keyframes horizontally

    Not to hijack the thread to feature-request-wishville, but; echeo the sentiment to have multiple clip movement horizontally (placement) as well as the existing verticle (level) and to add to the key-frame wish list: treat keyframeing a clip like an applied effect, so you could save it and re-apply when swapping out sources in a track. Just love it when a producer reviews a "final" proof cut and wants to hear the same timeline with a new undescore.

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  • Thu, Jan 20 2011 11:59 AM In reply to

    Re: Moving audio keyframes horizontally

    I second all the above seconds Smile It seems like such a simple thing and yet it is missing from the software. This will help a lot of people 

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  • Thu, Jan 20 2011 12:31 PM In reply to

    Re: Moving audio keyframes horizontally

    This is a long standing, multiple posted request, going back at least 2 years, perhaps further. Hmm

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  • Thu, Jan 20 2011 12:48 PM In reply to

    • BarkinMadd
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    Re: Moving audio keyframes horizontally

    Hi Larry,

    Just to clarify, which part of this has been requested many times in the past, the moving multiple keyframes horizontally or the part about treating keyframes as an effect that could be reapplied to other clips? Both are good suggestions.

    Would be cool if you could step-in to audio and replace the audio clip beneath the keyframes...

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  • Thu, Jan 20 2011 12:56 PM In reply to

    Re: Moving audio keyframes horizontally

    BarkinMadd:

    which part of this has been requested many times in the past, the moving multiple keyframes horizontally or the part about treating keyframes as an effect that could be reapplied to other clips? Both are good suggestions.

    Would be cool if you could step-in to audio and replace the audio clip beneath the keyframes...

    Actually, all of the above. But probably most often requested is being able to move a region of marked audio keyframes horizontally as a group, just like you can currently move them vertically to adjust levels globally.

     

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  • Wed, Dec 16 2015 1:09 PM In reply to

    • taquiman
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    Re: Moving audio keyframes horizontally

    Well,

    I know this is a very old post, but as long as I ended up here loocking for an answer to 'moving audio keyframes horizontally', I decided to reply in case somebody ended here aswell.

    Now is possible to move horizontally groups of keyframes.  What you shall do is:

    -Select your group by selecting the keyframes you want holding down 'shift' key

    -Now you have your group selected, press and hold 'alt' and then click on any keyframe on the group

    Do¡ng so you're been able to move the selected group horizontally.  Have in mind that first you have to press and hold 'alt' and after that, click on the keyframe.

     

    Hope it helps.

     

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