Paste Multiple Keyframes

  • Compatibility After Effects
    Please check exact version compatibility under the "COMPATIBILITY" tab below

Author: Adam Katz

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Copy and paste keyframes from multiple layers at the same time.
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Paste Multiple Keyframes

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This script will let you copy and paste keyframes from multiple layers at the same time.

Has the option to be run with or without an interface so that it can be used with ft-Toolbar
To run with GUI install in ScriptUI Panels folder, to run GUI-less install in Scripts folder

  1. Select all the keyframes you want to copy
  2. Move your time slider to where you want the first keyframe to be placed
  3. Click on Paste

Do not copy checkbox:

This is an option useful if:

    1. You have lots and lots of keyframes (100's or 1000's on an individual layer)
    2. The keyframes you are pasting will be in the MIDDLE of pre-existing keyframes on
      their respective layers

    By checking this box, two things will happen when you paste your keyframes

    1. The keyframes will paste much, much faster
    2. You will NOT paste any easing/temporal/spatial properties with your keyframes
    3. (This option is mainly for when you have lots of keyframes from tracking, motion capture, etc. and the keyframe interpolation is not necessary)

    Running without an interface:

    If you have installed the script to run without an interface (such as using it with ft-Toolbar), it will default to copying/pasting all easing/temporal/spatial properties.

    Custom values:

    This script can not work with plugins or effects that have custom values for keyframes. ex.(Levels - Histogram, Hue/Saturation - Channel Range, etc.)

After Effects CC 2014, CC, CS6, CS5.5, CS5, CS4, CS3