This script displays a palette with controls for slipping and sliding various layer settings, such as layer footage source, in/out range, markers, and keyframes. You can use different combinations of these settings for more powerful control over layer editing operations.
Note: If you select the Keyframes = Selected option, the script might take awhile to finish, depending on the number of keyframes and the selected settings. Also, this option works on only the first selected layer.
There are four navigation buttons that you can use. The frame offset appears above each button, but you can change these to any positive number. These offsets are saved as settings for use in subsequent sessions.
Note: Note: This version of the script requires After Effects CS5 or later. It can be used as a dockable panel by placing the script in a ScriptUI Panels subfolder of the Scripts folder, and then choosing this script from the Window menu.
Originally requested by Stu Maschwitz. Thanks for the challenge.
|v3.1||31-oct-2013||Fixed problem of keyframes changing value if not all keyframes were shifted.|
|v3.0||11-may-2013||Updated minimum version to CS5, added small UI tweaks for CC, and cleaned up some code.|
|v2.0||12-aug-2007||Requires AE CS3. Can work as a dockable panel or a palette.|
|v1.0||17-jan-2006||Initial release. Use for AE 7.0.|