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Lesson 18. Creating Motion Effects > Animating Motion Parameters

Animating Motion Parameters

Like filters, each of the motion parameters can be animated in either the Timeline or the Viewer. If keyframes are set in one place, they will also appear, and can be adjusted, in the other. Keyframes can be applied to single clips, or they can be applied to a group of clips that have been nested together. To continue building on the current postcard comp, you will first combine all the tracks into a nested sequence and then apply keyframes to that nest.

Creating a Nested Sequence

When you create a nested sequence, you are combining a group of clips together, either video or audio, into a separate sequence, that can then be treated in the Timeline as if it were a single clip. A nested sequence can be created from any number of tracks (vertically), or any number of clips (horizontally) in the Timeline. Once the group of clips is contained as a nested sequence, you can then edit this clip into another sequence, or apply filters or motion effects to the nest, which applies the changes to the nested sequence as if it were a single clip.


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