You might want to check your link. I tried several ways to load it, and all failed. Perhaps just on my end?
Good luck, and wish that I had an answer for you.
Actually that was Davids link from 2008. Sorry, I didn't check that link before sending. I think it is an old dead link.
If you go under Preferences and then General, there is no option for changing the keyframe Spatial Interpolation, like he describes the manual says. Either way, I can't seem to find a way to change it.
Thanks Bill, I wish you had an answer as well...
Got you. That is a common problem with images, that are not embedded into the thread - here today, but gone tomorrow.
"Edit > Preferences > General, and select Default Spatial Interpolation To Linear."
You can do that in AE but not in PP.
This didn't get answered. This is a real problem with Premiere Pro and I am on version 10.4. I was working on a project and changed the keyframes for a move to ease in and ease out. I am now in another project and I think the person who started this project used continuous Bezier. Now every keyframe has continuous bezier. I don't want that. And I sure don't want to change all the keyframes. Where is the default set for keyframes?
Temporal is Linear,
Spatial has auto Bezier for default.
There is no settings for this.
WHY IS THERE NO ANSWER FOR THIS?!
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UPDATE: Answer found! (Via Adobe support) -- (It actually makes sense, but I don't see why they couldn't just leave the option in the preferences menu...)
Ann Bens is correct: You cannot change the default keyframe interpolation (either spatial or temporal) via a menu -- the initial default is always "linear" for Temporal and "auto-Bezier" for Spatial.
SO, if you set a keyframe and change it to another setting (e.g. change spatial interpolation to auto-bezier), then the next keyframe you make, and all subsequent keyframes, will be the same type as the one you set....until you change another keyframe's setting, and then the interpolation type will follow THAT setting on subsequent keyframes.
So if you don't want your spatial keyframes to boomerang, you have to set the first keyframe you make to "linear."
Also, you can change the TEMPORAL interpolation of multiple keyframes (that you've highlighted and then right-clicked) as a group all at once...but you can only group-change the SPATIAL interpolation of keyframes that have a spatial element -- i.e. if you highlight a group of keyframes where some do not have a spatial element and some do, the "spatial interpolation" option will be greyed out, and you'll only be able to group-change the temporal.
That's pretty much it, yeh?