The Edit Menu provides general editing, e.g. cut and paste
functions. The focus of the edits is the Key Frame unless otherwise
stated. Cut and Paste functions are similar to those in most common
(Ctrl-Z) Undo reverses your
last action performed on a Key frame, such as moving it in the
timeline or deleting it. There are 32 levels of Undo.
Redo reverses the action of the last performed Undo.
Cut copies the selected Key frame to the internal “clipboard” and
then removes then Deletes the selected Key Frame.
(Ctrl-C) Copy copies the
selected Key Frame to the internal “clipboard”.
(Ctrl-V) Paste places the
last Key frame copied to the position of the
(Del) Delete removes the
selected Key Frame.
deletes the picture and all Key Frames associated with it. The
picture to be deleted is selected by moving the Timeline Cursor
anywhere within the active range of the picture on the Timeline.
This function cannot be undone. A dialog box appears and
asks, “Are you sure?” Selecting “Yes” will remove the picture and
associated Key Frames, “No” will exit the dialog with no action
Uniform Speed Uniform Speed
recalculates the position of the Key Frames so that the speed of the
movement of the Camera Window is uniform in the Key Frames. The Key
frames are moved to provide uniform motion between them. This
operation cannot be undone
Prep Picture (click here)