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Move the Current Time Indicator to the edit point and choose Ctrl(Cmnd)-Shift-D to split the layer into two.
Thanks Andrew. I'm aware how to do that, I was hoping I could break up the adjustment layer and keep it in 1 layer so I could shift the different parts around. The method you described is what I've been doing and I ended up with about 12 different adjustment layers.
That's the way AE works - one object per layer.
You can work around it in your instance by using opacity keyframes. Say you have Adjustment layer 1 and 2. At the point you require a change, use Hold Keyframes on AL-1 to turn the opacity from 100 to 0. At the same point on AL-2, use Hold Keyframes to change opacity from 0 to 100. Then just alternate the process along the timeline at each change location. At the points where no correction is required, opacity of both ALs should be zero.
Use "Hold" keyframes set to either 0% or 100% to keyframe the opacity of the Adjustment layer to 0% and it will not affect the underlying layers (and won't affect rendering performance either.)
- Jonas Hummelstrand
Jonas & Andrew,
Thanks for the info . That's what I'm going to do from now on.