Set Key Frame Command

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The set key frame command opens the Offset frame dialog that lets you enter the frame number that the current key frame is supposed to be moved to. If the destination frame already is a key frame the Overwrite keyframe dialog opens that lets you overwrite the existing key frame. Key frame channel values are not affected by the move.

If the current frame is not a key frame the current frame is set to the destination frame number.

Keyboard Shortcut: Ctrl+⇧ Shift+F

Screenshot of Offset frame dialog, Serious Editor 4.0.

Offset Frame Dialog

The Offset frame dialog opens when the set key frame command is executed. It lets you enter the number of the frame the current key frame is supposed to be moved to.

Screenshot of Overwrite keyframe dialog, Serious Editor 4.0.

Overwrite Keyframe Dialog

The Overwrite keyframe dialog is opened if the destination frame already is a key frame. Click Yes to overwrite the existing key frame, or No to abort the set key frame command.