You highlight the second keyframe. You move it further down the timeline to make the effect longer.
Then you go here:
Although you're familiar with Premiere and Photoshop, AE has its own set of basics and its own odd quirks. To realize success, you need to know them.
I Dave, and thanks for responding so quickly. I know the little “diamonds” are keyframes, but what about the little dark “circles”? I can’t seems to grab hold of them with my mouse to move down the timeline, which to me would make so much sense!
It sounds like you have a different kind of keyframe (Continuous Bezier?). But if you can highlight it, you can move it.
See what I mean about AE quirks? There are quite a few different kinds of keyframes.
Definitely! I will look up these then. I think I might need to take a few steps back and work from square one. Thanks again for all your help!
The little dark circles mean there are Key Frames somewhere in that layer. Twirled down to reveal their location exactly inside the layer.
They are very hand for lining up KFs in another layer.
I think I might need to take a few steps back and work from square one.
Great idea! You'll have a lot more fun once you know the foundational basics. I'd suggest starting here: Getting started with After Effects