Are you trying to do one thing, or two separate things?
If you're tyring to move a layer's positon overall, but it's position has already been animated, you can:
- Move the CTI over a keyframe
- Select the word "Position" in the timeline (it will highlight all position keyframes)
- Adjust the position of the layer, offestting it as needed, and all other keyframes will be offset as well
- Create a Null
- Parent your layer to the Null
- Move the Null to offset the position of the animated layer
You also seem to be wanting to duplicate a series of layers.
I would suggest selecting all of the layers in question, "precomposing" them, and duplicating the precomp (then doing whatever you needed to the duplicate).
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I'm not sure if I completely understand your question...so let me clarify first.
- you have multiple layers you want to duplicate because you need to re-use them and you don't want to have to redo them again
If this is correct, simply:
- precompose the layers
- in the timeline, select all the layers
- Layer > Pre-compose
- then, duplicate the new composition as need be
- select the new composition
- command | control d
Is this what you are trying to do?
Hi Elaine and Steve
Thank you very much... Steves answer did the job... Thank you again guys!