How to use KEYFRAMES in Shotcut

My most requested tutorial is done! How to use keyframes in Shotcut. Enjoy!

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Nice one! A much-needed tutorial on this topic which will be helpful to a lot of users. :+1:

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Thanks! I hope so!

Can this be added to the tutorial section?

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Thanks!

Thanks. Good explanation.

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Excellent! I’m just getting up to speed in Shotcut and was needing to work on this topic next. I’ll definitely check it out.

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You’re welcome!

Thanks!

Very good tutorial, I’m sure it will help a lot of people who struggle to use Keyframes.

If you update it could you include instruction on “Keyframe Type” - Linear, Smooth and Discrete?

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Merci de ces explications pur les images clés, très bon tutoriel.
Cordialement

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great vid very useful very nice to have a person just starting to use shotcut. That gives the perspective of a new user please make more from your perspective
Thanks again
Jimmy

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Thanks! I’ll try to record a follow-up with keyframe type soon!

Thanks! I hope it helped! Please sub to the Youtube channel and will try to post more tutorials. Let me know if there are other tutorials you’d like to see

Thank you. A very well done video with thorough explanations too.
I’ve bookmarked this for future use.

Much appreciated,
Steve

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Thank you for the kind words! I’d love for you to subscribe to my youtube channel as well. I’ve compiled all the tips I’ve created here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpO3ttBDkV5uFHUIfsYL9IIk30TeQqCsj

Great video - easy to follow. Thank you.

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Thank you! I appreciate the watch!

Nice video. Is it just for me that the audio track you’re using to demonstrate the fade effect sounds horribly clipped?

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