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Lesson 9. Working with Audio and Keyfram... > Adding Keyframes to the Transform Pa...

Adding Keyframes to the Transform Parameters

Earlier in this lesson, you used keyframes to change the values of the audio Level curve in the Audio Editor. You can use that same technique to modify virtually any parameter in Motion. For this exercise, you'll set keyframes for the Scale and Position Transform parameters. You can manually set each parameter by moving the playhead and clicking the keyframe pop-up menu next to the parameter, or you can turn on the Record button in the transport controls to record all parameter changes at the playhead position. The best part about recording keyframes with the Record feature is that you can make your changes with the Transform tool in the Canvas, and you never have to visit the Inspector to set keyframes.

Your goal is to keyframe the Scale and Position parameters for the 22 and A objects so that the objects move into their final positions in the frame. Let's start with the A object, since you're most familiar with it.


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