Type in Value for Keyframe
Can we please have the option of double clicking a keyframe and entering a value for it? This is a great function in AE, I wish it existed in premiere as well.
Michael Sigmon commented
I recently posted about this very matter as well, apologies for not adding to this thread instead of creating a new one. I did search but didn't find it before posting.
Yes, please allow us to do this, I *hate* having to hop to the keyframe in order to change the value. This should have been consistent with AE long ago! Seems like it should be a trivial matter to implement it, but I could be wrong...
Carlos Ziade commented
It would be great to have a value scrubber or slider as well upon double clicking keyframes, this will save video editors a lot of time
When choosing clip frames > time remapping > speed, it is not possible to enter a value. Obviously it is very tedious to manually move the mouse to go back to 100%. Since gradually speed up - slow down is not possible with Speed/Duration we have to move ourselves an RSI arm to get precise values like 100, 200, 400, 800 etc.
The same counts for other parameters like clip volume.
Please let us enter a value by double- or right clicking to the line.