After Effects – Things to Know

After Effects tips to make your video editing faster and to a professional level.
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After Effects 101: Basic Keyframe Types

  1. LINEAR KEYFRAMES
  2. AUTO BEZIER
  3. CONTINUOUS BEZIER
  4. BEZIER KEYFRAMES
  5. HOLD KEYFRAMES

Learn about interpolations and key frames in detail from School of Motion.

Shortcuts

  • Ctrl + Alt + H – Toggl Hold Keyframe
  • Alt + Shift + P/S/A/R – Adds a Key frame
  • Ctrl + Alt + Y – Adjustment Layer
  • F9 – EasyEase Keyframes
  • U – To show the elements with keyframes
  • Alt [ or ] – Trim Layer
  • ` – Maximize the area you are working on
  • Shift + F3 – Graph Editor
  • Ctrl + Y – New Solid Layer
  • J and K – to jump from key frame to key frame
  • P,S,T,A – Position, Scale, Opacity, Anchor
  • Shift + P/S/T/A – For Multiple Properties
  • Shift – Snaps
  • Enter – To name the Layer
  • V – Selection Tool
  • G – Pen Tool
  • Space bar Hold – Hand Tool
  • Ctrl + D – Duplicate Layer
  • Ctrl + Shift + C – Precompose
  • Ctrl + Alt + Shit + H – Fit to the Composition by Width
  • Shift +/- – Scan through Blend Modes
  • Ctrl + D – Duplicate Layer
  • Ctrl + Shift + D – Split Layer

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