In this runthrough, we'll show you just how easy it is to copy keyvalues, duplicate them along a track, paste them between objects and even get your layers into other Flow files with their animations intact.
This is a quick run-through video with some basic notes.
For an in-depth look at the Timeline, check out the Timelines & Keyvalues tutorial.
Duplicating a keyvalue is easy.
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There has to be at least 1 keyvalue between the time you copied, and the time at which you pasted.
Also, very easy.
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Think of the playhead like the caret in a text editor.
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When you paste some text, the first letter of your selection get pasted at the caret’s position. Same thing goes for keyvalue selections… the first keyvalue gets pasted at the playhead, and all the others get pasted relative to the first keyvalue.
You can option-drag keyvalues as well.
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This is like option-dragging a layer on the stage.
You can duplicate a layer and preserve its animations.
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You can copy keyvalues from one object to another.
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When the most recent thing you copied is a keyvalue or group of keyvalues, then these will be pasted “onto” the selected object.
Copying works as well for multiple keyvalues in a single track.
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Pasting an entire layer, with its animations, into another project is straightforward.
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You can also copy and paste keyvalues from one project to another.
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So it’s really easy to get objects from one project to another project. It’s easy to paste keyvalues and tracks between objects in the same project, and so on. This is how you do it. Pretty simple right?
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