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Change the Animation speed in After Effect

Discussion in 'Video Production' started by Roshaen, Jan 10, 2014.

  1. Roshaen

    Roshaen Elite Member

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    Hey Guys
    Just need quick help and suggestion from video experts .I have Been using after effects for sometime .The issue i am facing is with the video and animations.The text animations are bit fast and i want to slow it down it has low of texts and almost 12 slides with text .I searched a bit and found key frame thing can change the animation speed.But in my case i didn't found key frames options or there could be something that i am missing.
    Now what i want is either i could slow down the texts somehow or able to slow down the video.I Think if i could change the frames of video it could slow down the animation a bit although i am not sure.Any help or suggestions would be great.

    Thanks.
     
  2. ChrisX

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    If you still need to know, here's how.
    You can slow down the comp by right clicking "Enable time remapping". Press U to display keyframes and drag the comp longer.
    The correct way to do this would simply be to move the keyframes of the text and/or camera. Similarly, press U on the layers to see the keyframes. Drag accordingly.
     
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  3. niroperera

    niroperera Newbie

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    Yes, ChrisX is totally right.. Time Remapping would be good option..if you want to change the speed of the whole animation. (making duration of the comp longer..= time remapping), so to do this... you'll need to get all the animation comp.. in to a new comp, .. or you can Pre-compose all layers of current comp (CTRL + Shift + C)....and then add time remapping.
    ** to do the Time remapping --> Right click on the comp and go to Time -> Time Remapping
     
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  4. paypalbudget

    paypalbudget Newbie

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    Click the 'enable time mapping' and drag it from there.