Tip of the Week - Copy Paste in Animate/Harmony
Montreal, Canada - June 22, 2012
In the latest installment of our Tip of the Week series of Animation tutorials our resident expert and Professional Product Manager, Lilly Vogelesang, will clarify some of the uses of the copy and paste option can be used in Animate, Animate Pro and Harmony.
The 9 minute video explains the various ways which copying and pasting can be used in the Timeline, the Camera view and how you can copy exposures and or duplicate drawings.
Lilly begins by introducing the topic of Copying and Pasting. She than continues to discuss Drawings and Layers; this is followed by an explanation of copying and pasting an exposure in the timeline; duplicating a drawing; selecting artwork in the Camera view and pasting it to a new frame. Lilly continues by explaining the procedure for copying from one layer to another and then explains different layers. Finally, she shows how you can use the Paste Special option to paste as a new drawing. In conclusion, she summarizes the various copy and pasting options shown in this Tip of the Week.
So get comfortable, watch the video and learn how to experience a better way to more efficient and satisfying animation, with our Tip of the Week.
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