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Chapter 8. Introduction to Effects > Working with Keyframes

Working with Keyframes

So far, any adjustments that you made with the effect editor have applied to the entire clip. Avid Xpress Pro allows you to change an effect as it plays over time. To adjust the appearance of an effect, Avid uses keyframes. A keyframe is a specified point at which certain parameters apply. For example, with a Resize effect, you can start the effect at zero and have the clip grow to 100% size. Keyframes appear as small triangles underneath the record window when you are in the Effect mode (see Figure 8.35).

Figure 8.35. Keyframes appear as small purple triangles in the Effect mode.



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