I’m Ayana, a Vtuber!
Today, I will explain how to create Keyframe Animation!
To set the keyframe animation, create the keyframe on each property of the layer that you placed in the timeline panel.You can also change the value of each keyframe’s properties to create animation.
Drag and drop footages imported into the project panel into the timeline panel in preparation for the materials . It appears as a layer on the timeline panel.
Show the property of the layer
Click the triangle mark of the layer placed in the Timeline panel to expand and view Transform, and then click the triangle mark of the Transform to view Transform properties.
Set up Animation Start and End Points
Set up Animation Start Points
Drag the playhead on the timeline panel to determine the starting point of the animation and move it to the position where you want it to start.
This time, we will set the animation to move the object, so click the Stopwatch button on the left side of the Position property to turn it on.
①Click the stopwatch button to view the keyframe navigator.
②You can see that the key frame of the Position property is created at the place where you moved the playhead to.
Set up Animation End Points
Next, drag the playhead to the position where you want to end the animation.
You can move the arranged layer on the composition panel by dragging it directly, but if you want to move to the correct value, you change the value of the Position property. Then the layer will move to the changed value and the trajectory of the movement will be displayed as a Motion path.
When you change the value of the Position property, the keyframe will automatically be created on the timeline.
Now, let’s playback an animation to see how it moves!
①If you check “Cache before playback”, the playback will begin after data is cached on the PC. Check here for smooth playback.
②Click the Play button to play and preview the animation.
This is how the animation moves.
This is the end of the explanation on how to create keyframe animation.
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