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Go to a specific point in a timeline

When you move to a specific point in the timeline, you make it possible to set keyframes at that point because the next time you move an object, a keyframe will record the changed property values.

  1. Select the timeline from the Storyboard picker by clicking the Open a Storyboard button Cc295061.d4531c86-5048-481c-a1ca-29af202d28e7(en-us,Expression.10).png under Objects and Timeline and then selecting a storyboard.

  2. Do one of the following:

    • Drag the playhead Cc295061.5626c9eb-40bb-450a-9ca1-3678e5abe429(en-us,Expression.10).png.

    • In the Playback controls, click the buttons to move frame by frame, or move to the first or last frame.

      Playback controls under Objects and Timeline

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    • In the Playhead Position text box, enter the precise value, in MM:SS:xxx (minutes, seconds, milliseconds), of the time to which you want to jump.

      Playhead Position text box, reading 1.450 seconds

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