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A1: Creating or using Alpha Mattes, Alpha Channels, and Masking are three ways to “key” out image areas of superimposed clips.
A2: The Adobe video and graphics programs are similar with regard to layers (tracks) and mattes.
A3: Import a layered image or illustration with each layer becoming a separate clip. Place the clips on the Timeline and animate them over time.
A4: Two ways to make keyframes are in the Effect Controls window, using the keyframe navigator in conjunction with the timeline area, and in the Timeline, using the pen tool.
A5: Create cross fades with overlapping clips by changing the opacity of the overlapping frames. The tail of the frame fades out under the head of the consecutive frames, which fades in.


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