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    Hello everyone,

    We are happy to announce that new commands to move the CTI between keyframes on only selected layers and properties are now available in After Effects (Beta). The commands are mapped to Shift+J and Shift+K by default, but they can be reassigned to your preferred keyboard shortcut.

    Check out this post on the Beta forums for more details: https://community.adobe.com/t5/after-effects-beta-discussions/feature-focus-new-shift-j-and-shift-k-keyboard-shortcuts-in-after-effects/m-p/13162330#M2273

    Thanks so much for all your input, and please let us know how this feature is working for you in the Beta builds.

    Cheers,

    - John, After Effects Engineering Team 

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    Adam Sherman commented  · 

    I came here to post this same request! Would be extremely helpful when navigating the comp timeline to tweak keyframes.

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    This is fixed in Premiere Pro (Beta) 14.6.0 Build x42 or later that is available in the Beta apps section of the Creative Cloud Desktop Application. This will be fixed in the next release of Premiere Pro as well.

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    In the Essential Sound Panel, I applied the "Balanced Background Music" Preset to a piece of music. I also further adjusted the Clip Volume to -6. Now when I edit the music and apply the Constant Power transition there is a Static Pop right at the point of the edit. If I clear the Audio Type in the Essential Sound Panel the pop does go away. The good news is that I did a test and the static pop is NOT in the final exported file. Bad news is that it does make editing the music more difficult and is just annoying to listen to. I have tried different durations, 1-2 seconds, on the Constant Power transition and the pop remains.

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    I'm also getting the "unable to allocate memory" with build 16.1.1. I have a simple RGB 8 bit psd file, approx 4k in size. I split it out into 7 layers and would like to move em in 3D space. Just adding them to a 1080p comp gives me the error at any resolution. I rolled back my install to 16.0.1 and can work on the same .psd without issue. 24GB RAM installed on HP z620 workstation.

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