Key Frame Tutorial

How To Work With

Key-Frame In

PutMask Application

To use the keyframe to hide everything, you first need to click on Icon State to open the state menu (1), and then you have to click on “Key Frame” Button to put PutMask to keyframe state (2).
After PutMask goes into the keyframe state, the “Add Filter” button appears at the bottom of PutMask. (3)
Clicking on “Add Filter” Button adds a filter to the screen. Each filter contains at least 2 keyframes. Between the two key frames, the coordinates and dimensions of the filter change at constant speed. You can first take the filter to the desired location and then use the “Add Key” button to add a key frame with those dimensions and coordinates to the key frame set of filters.(4)
To better be able to place keyframes at regular intervals, you can change the amount of frame stepping:
First, hold your finger on the frame stepping buttons to display the frame step change panel in front of you (5)
Then select the number you want. (6)
You can also use the buttons next to the filter bar to switch between key frames. (7)
When in the position of a keyframe, use the “Change Key” button to change the dimensions and location of the filter in the keyframe. (8) And of course, you can use the “Delete Key” button to delete that keyframe. (9)
Just be aware that the number of keyframes cannot be less than 2.
You can also change the beginning and end of the filter with the scissors button. See Edit Tutorial for more information.

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