How to Use Already Existing Shortcuts in Ae to Change Any Value

Andrew Marston shows a neat trick that uses an already existing hotkey to change anything in After Effects.

Many of us are familiar with linking things to attributes properties) inside Adobe After Effects, and while that’s helpful, you still need to dive or click down a bit to get to something depending on the use-case. Check out this new tutorial by Andrew Marston for Ukramedia that shows how you can use an already existing hotkey or shortcut to change values the easy way.

Marston shows how by linking something to the rotation property, you can use Ae’s hotkey to change the rotation to swap out an image.

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