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    How can I make an item slowley rotate over time using key frames in After Effects? I can make an item move along a path, yet when it comes to reshaping the item/rotating it, it simple stays the same throughout the timeline...

    Help? :/ Thanks!

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    Woo, did it.

    Was easy too...

    Sorry about all my random Help Me's, must be annoying haha.

    For future referance:

    I was pressing P and using the "Position Keyframe" function instead of pressing R and using the "Rotation Keyframe" function...

    I thought P (position) R (rotation) and S (scale) all fell under the Position function, like they do in flash...

    Thanks for reading xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle Forrester
    Sorry about all my random Help Me's, must be annoying haha.

    For future referance...
    This, very basic, level of question is a classic case of RTFM so do be careful asking too many of them. You'll upset a few people and/or convince them you have ripped off the s/w and so have no manual.

    Whilst I agree that (at work) it's often easier to just ask someone to remind you of the answer to a quick question (taking twenty seconds) rather than spend ten minutes in a book, this is not really the case online.

    Be warned. This forum is not an excuse to be lazy.

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