Key frames are typically used to animate an object by changing its location, size, rotation, or other parameters over time.
There are three types of key frames in After Effects: Position, Rotation, and Scale.
Animation is a term for the process of creating a sequence of images, usually in order to create an illusion of movement. Animation is achieved by manipulating objects on a frame-by-frame basis. In traditional animation, each frame is drawn by hand on paper and then scanned into an electronic format.
There are two types of keyframe curves: linear and Bezier curves. Linear curves will move an object from point A to point B with constant speed, while Bezier curves will allow you to change speeds along the way.
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