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How to copy keyframes?


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  • 3 weeks later...

Sorry for the delayed reply. Yes, you can copy key frames.

Click in the actual canvas and press control+a, then control+c to copy, and then control+p to paste where you want to paste this frame.  This can be from anywhere in the time-line in fact, just just an actual keyframe. 


You can also create a copy/clone of entire animations, and can choose to rotate or flip the resulting animation copy in the process.


These videos below cover the majority if not all of Spriter's copy functions.



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