Easily Clone Keyframes Across Multiple Layers in After Effects

Easily Clone Keyframes Across Multiple Layers in After Effects

Key Cloner Lets You Clone and/or Reverse Selected Keyframes Across Multiple Layers or Properties in After Effects

If you work in After Effects, you are probably familiar with the uneasy feeling that copy/pasting keyframes leave you with. It feels like an ad hoc feature. Sometimes you will get duplicated effects, or even duplicated layers. You can forget about doing advanced things like reversing the order of the keyframes or re-timing them. Now there is a better way to clone keyframes.

Paul Conigliaro’s new Key Cloner lets you easily clone and/or reverse selected keyframes. You can do it across multiple properties or layers. Fed up with the current workflow, Paul says: “No more hoping you can paste multiple keyframes without getting duplicated effects or layers”.

The Ae tool can clone keyframes to the current time, and even across multiple properties or layers. You can also clone and mirror the arrangement of the keyframes all in one shot. Finally, you can time reverse keyframes… the right way. You can clone keyframes and reverse the order and the relative timing. Reversing the keys will keep them in place.

Paul Conigliaro has made Key Cloner as a pay-what-you-want tool. Learn more or Download it here and show some support!

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