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>Is there a way to lock the keyframes relative to a clip?
I actually wasn't aware that you could do anything but this. My keyframes have always and only been directly attached to the clip, so that when the clip moves, the keyframes have no choice but to follow. Not sure why that isn't so with yours.
You can have clip *and* track keyframes for audio tracks in PPro. The clip KF stays with the clip, and the track KF is anchored to the track.
I think BradmanOH is talking about trimming the beginning or end of the clip on the timeline. When you do this, they keys stay put -- and can kind of get "hidden" if you trim past them. So, you need to slide the keyframes over before you trim the clip.
I believe he's asking if you can achor the keyframes to a particular source frame in the clip. I don't know of any way to this.
** EDIT *** (I realize I didn't write what I really meant)
... if you can achor the keyframes to a particular frame on the TIMELINE or slide the keyframes at the same time you adjust the in/out of the clip.
*** END EDIT ***
It would be real handy to me also if someone knows how to accomplish this.
Is that what you mean, Brad?
Arggghhhh! Jeff nailed it on the head.
I made all these volume adjustments as track keyframes. I should have used clip keyframes. Now if I shift the clip, the keyframes stay anchored to the track (which makes sense as track keyframes).
If I select clip keyframes I don't see any of the adjustments that I made (which also makes sense).
So a follow up question is that is there a way to copy the track keyframes to clip keyframes . . .
I can just redo the work since it really is not that much time. I probably have spent more researching this than it would take to redo the adjustments as clip keyframes.
But hey, at least I have a really good understanding of track and clip keyframes :)
Thanks for your help.
You're welcome. :)
>You can have clip *and* track keyframes for audio tracks in PPro.
Well, that's my one new thing learned for today. Time for bed...
As a quick solution, maybe try nesting, cutting out the unwanted segments that way.