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Editing Multiple Frames

If you need to make changes to an entire animation or to a multiple series of frames at once, you can select them in Edit Multiple Frames mode. When this feature is enabled, brackets appear similar to those in Onion Skinning mode. Drag them to select the range of frames you want to edit. This works well if you need to make global changes to your animation such as resizing it or changing its location. You can select an entire framespan or layer instead of moving or resizing the content on each individual frame separately.

Select Multiple Frames

Open a Timeline with a multiple frame animation.

Click the Edit Multiple Frames button in the Status bar.

Click and drag the markers until they include all the frames you want to select.

All of the content in the selected frames appears on the Stage.

Click the Arrow tool in the Toolbar.

TIMESAVER Press A to select the Arrow tool.

Drag a selection box around the content on the Stage.

You can make changes to location, scale, effects, etc. All the selected frames will be affected.

TIMESAVER Press +A (Mac) or Ctrl+A (Win) to select all the content on all unlocked layers.


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