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    Default UleadMedia Studio pro 8 defaults

    I seem to be only able to use 15 keyframes.
    Can I change that

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    As far as I am aware there are no limits ot he number of key frames that can be applied to a clip. I have just tested this and can set a key frame even at single frame intervals.

    1. Click your selected clip

    2. Highlight the effect in the Effects Manager

    3. Jog 1 Frame (or more) at a time in the Preview/Source window.

    4. Click the Add Keyframe button in the Effects manager

    5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until your hearts content

    6. Enjoy

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    Thanks for all your help!

    Nope, I can only get 15.
    I wonder if this is a demo limitation. If I was sure that was it I would buy it.
    I read in the manual that there is a default setting for the amount but I can't find it.
    I can seperate the clip into many clips (split by scenes) and get 15 in each but that still may not work.

    Should I be working with one long clip or do you break it up into many scenes? What is the reason for that option?

    Thanks Again

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    You are quite right, I can only get 15 too (God knows what I did the first time) and I have the full version.

    If that is the case and I need more key frames I would simply split my clip into 2 or more clips and take it from there.

    As for working with clips, I tend to capture in 1 large clip and use the source window to mark different start and end points (Scenes), then I drag each scene to the production library. Thats just my preference though, as I find it easier to work that way as different scenes will have different attributes. There are no rights and wrongs though, so do what works well for you.

    Good luck

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