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Chapter 11. Adding Effects > Animating Effects

Animating Effects

As you have seen, most effects include various attributes, or properties, that you can customize. You control the final result of the effect by setting values for these properties. So far, you’ve set a single set of values to achieve a static effect. An animated effect results from varying its properties over time. In Premiere and other programs, you use keyframes to define and control these changes.

A keyframe defines the property values for an effect at a specific point in time. When you create at least two keyframes with different values, Premiere calculates the values for every frame between the keyframes, using a linear progression. Each effect you apply to a clip can contain any number of keyframes, independent of the keyframes contained by other effects.


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