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Paste or move a keyframe

If you record a change on a property but decide that you want that change to occur sooner or later on the timeline, you can move the keyframe.

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A keyframe from one object cannot be moved to another object.

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Moving a compound or object-level keyframe will also move all the child element keyframes.

  1. Select the timeline from the Storyboard picker by clicking the Open a Storyboard button Cc295078.d4531c86-5048-481c-a1ca-29af202d28e7(en-us,Expression.10).png under Objects and Timeline and then selecting a storyboard.

  2. Click the keyframe Cc295078.80da70bb-e635-42e8-b26d-f90453096e21(en-us,Expression.10).png that you want to move, and then drag it to the desired position on the timeline.

  1. Select the timeline from the Storyboard picker by clicking the Open a Storyboard button Cc295078.d4531c86-5048-481c-a1ca-29af202d28e7(en-us,Expression.10).png under Objects and Timeline and then selecting a storyboard.

  2. Right-click the keyframe Cc295078.80da70bb-e635-42e8-b26d-f90453096e21(en-us,Expression.10).png that you want to move, and then click Cut or Copy.

  3. Move the timeline playhead Cc295078.5626c9eb-40bb-450a-9ca1-3678e5abe429(en-us,Expression.10).png to the location where you want to paste the keyframe, and then, on the Edit menu, click Paste.

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