Move Keys lets you reposition
keys horizontally, within their own tracks, thus changing the times
at which they take effect. If no keys are highlighted, you can move
any key by dragging it. If multiple keys are highlighted, you can
move them all the same distance by dragging one of them.
This button is a flyout.
You can choose Move Keys Horizontal or Move Keys Vertical, but in
the Dope Sheet, all three buttons have the same effect.
You can clone highlighted
keys by moving them while holding down the Shift key.
NoteYou can use any button
on the Move Keys flyout to move keys in Dope Sheet mode, but you
can move keys horizontally only.
To move a selection of keys:
- On the Keys Toolbar, click (Move
Keys) if it isn't already highlighted. (It should be on by default.)
- Highlight the keys you want to move in
the Key window by dragging a selection rectangle around the keys.
You can also use Ctrl+click to
highlight non-contiguous keys.
- Position the mouse cursor over one of
the highlighted keys, and then drag horizontally to move the keys
TipPress Spacebar to lock the key selection.
Then you don't have to drag over the selected key, but anywhere in
the viewport. This is useful when you have a complex selection set