I am not on CS6 ut if you have a look in the Keyboard Preferences within the Edit menu you will find the shortcuts
The mouse way is with the clip highlighted in the sequence to click on the < or > in the effects pallette next to the line of keyframes you have applied to the clip with a specific effect
Yeah, that I get, but it would be faster to do this on the keyboard. For example if I set a few Opacity keyframes, but need to change the value of one keyframe, it's faster if I'm somewhere else in the timeline to just arrow over to the needed keyframe.
I can do this in FCP, I imagine there should be a way to do in Premiere. And yes, I have FCP keyboard shortcuts mapped to Premiere.
The keyboard preferences and hence the existing available shotcuts are freely customisable by the user.
You can make the keys you want the shortcuts provided keyframe navigation is listed, type keyframe in the search box
If it is not there you are stuck, CS6 will not be updated with migration to the CC now the Adobe way
Yeah, just checked that. Only keyboard shortcut is for keyframe snapping. Lame.
Oh well, thanks for the pointers!
I bet that there was no shortcut shown to the right of the text that says keyframe snaping?
If I am correct, type in the shortcut you want it to be and save your new keyboard preference and then use it
If I am right there should be two options for keyframe snaping, one for video and the other audio
Keyframe snapping doesn't do the same thing as go to next keyframe, though. It's the go to next keyframe functionality that I want, but there doesn't appear to be a keyboard shortcut to it that I can map.