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You probably need to add a new layer to the MC and place the keyframe for the AS there. Placing the keyframe in the same layer as the AVI, its basically splitting the video and restarting it (read the sectionon keyframes for animation in the Help docs to better understand how keyframes and graphic components work).
Hope that helps!
I added another layer, but converting any frame thereof into a keyframe has
the same effect as doing the same in the AVI's layer as discribed in my
Another effect I observed is if I convert, say, the Nth frame, then frames
strating from ythe first one and to the (N-1)th are inserted after the Nth
frame, so that the rest of the frames are shifted to the right, and the last
(N-1) frames pf the original AVI are lost so that the total number of frames
I did not understand, where exactly shall read about works of keyframes and
"derobinson" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> You probably need to add a new layer to the MC and place the keyframe for
> AS there. Placing the keyframe in the same layer as the AVI, its basically
> splitting the video and restarting it (read the sectionon keyframes for
> animation in the Help docs to better understand how keyframes and graphic
> components work).
> Hope that helps!
Here's the LiveDosc link on keyframes...don't know if it will be helpful or not, but its a place to start:
You might want to consider converting the AVI to an FLV and using one of the playback components. You may find that easier to control. Here's a LiveDocs on that:
How exactly are you importing the AVI into your Library? Are you using the video import wizard? or are you simply saying File>Import>Import to Library?