I currently have an animation in After Effects that has 76 layers all with their own keyframes the problem is when i play the animation its starts of fast buts get very slow near the end meaning i have spread out the keyframes near the end too much,
As there are 76 layers going through each one and manually adjusting them would take a long time is their anyway i can maybe even out all my keyframes in all the layers so that there equally apart so that it would play at the same speed throughout the animation?
Any help would be greatly appreciated
Sorry, but that's not a lot to go on, so the following advice may not even work:
On a layer, find the point on the timeline where you want the last keyframe to be. Highlight it. Go to the FIRST keyframe on that layer. Highlight it. Then use the Rove Across Time command. All the keyframes in-between will be equally-spaced across time.
Or select the keyframes you want to retime by dragging a marquis around them with the selection tool (v) and then hold down the Alt/Option key and drag the last keyframe backwards or forewords in the timeline to proportionally retime all of the keyframes you have selected.
For more information type 'editing keyframes' in the After Effects Search Help field at the top right corner of AE and follow the links you get to a bunch of tutorials on editing keyframes. Here's the main help file on editing keyframes.