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Ok, but I don't think that answers my question unless I missed something. Am I able to copy the keyframes from, say a blur, to the opacity effect?
Seemed like the link answered the question. Maybe read it again.
You can copy/paste in a couple of places, but there is no magic solution to it.
>Ok, but I don't think that answers my question unless I missed something. Am I able to copy the keyframes from, say a blur, to the opacity effect?
Did you try it?
Clue : works for me.
You were able to copy keyframes from a blur effect to the opacity effect?
Yes, I tried it and I am able to copy and paste within one effect but not so when I tried to paste in another effect. Perhaps I am not select the destination properly.
The manual says (BTW Yes, I actually followed and read the links):
"You can copy keyframes and paste them either to a new time in the clips property or to the same effect property in a different clip, using the Effect Controls panel."
This entails that the answer to my question is no.
It seems to me that Steven's reply is the most accurate. But of course I maybe overlooking something.
Let me know if you think of something. Thanks.
Sorry if I mislead. (I had no experience of Blur and Opacity)
What I have been doing recently is copying Motion and Position Key frames across mutiple clips in a motion tracking exercise ...
...that I should have done in AEFX but it was originally done in Premiere so I carried on when replacement images were required in the legacy project.
Copying and pasting these keyframes saved me a lot of time and effort