Thursday, November 6, 2008

Combustion Notes-2

Clicking Home cycles the viewport display between a centered image with a 100% zoom factor, an image that fits the viewport, and the most recent custom zoom and pan settings.
Hold down Spacebar and scrub the viewport to pan it.
Control + Shift + 1 to show normal view mode in the view port.
Control + Shift + 2 to show transparent view mode in the view port.
Control + Shift + 3 to show alpha overlay view mode in the view port.
Control + Shift + 4 to show color only view mode in the view port.
Control + Shift + 5 to show red view mode in the view port.
Control + Shift + 6 to show blue view mode in the view port.
Control + Shift + 7 to show green view mode in the view port.
Control + Shift + 8 to show alpha view mode in the view port.
Control + Shift + 9 to show inverted alpha view mode in the view port.

Control + Z to undo
Control + Shift + Z to redo
Control + Alt + D to duplicate.
Control + A to select all
Control + D to deselect all.
Del to delete
Shift + del to delete all.

Page up to Previous Frame—To go to the previous frame.
Page Next to Frame—To go to the next frame.
Control + page up to Previous Step—To go to the previous increment step. (Moves 5 frames backward)
Control + page down to Next Step—To go to the next increment step. (Moves 5 frames forward)
Enter Play Forward to To play the clip forward.
Shift + Enter to Play Backward —To play the clip backward.
Space bar to Play Stop—To stop playing the clip.
/ to Go to Time—To go to a time frame.
Control + / to Increment Time—To set increment time.
Tome to Go to Start—To go to the beginning of the clip.
End to Go to End—To go to the end of the clip.
Shift + home to Go to In Point—To go to the start of playback time.
Shift + End to Go to Out Point—To go to the end of playback time.
Shift + page up to Go to Previous Keyframe—To go to the previous keyframe.
Shift + page down to Go to Next Keyframe—To go to the next keyframe.
Control + Shift + M to Go to Previous Marker—To go to the previous marker.
Control + M to Go to Next Marker—To go to the next marker,
Shift + I to Mark In Point—To set the start time for playback.
Shift + O to Mark Out Point—To set the end time for playback.
Shift + G to show Grid
Shift + L to show Ruler
Shift + U to show Guides
Control + H to show marquee.

(You can also do a slow double click to display the name in an editable field, and then enter a new name.)
In any dialog box that opens press enter for the default button e.g. ok.
single quotation mark (`) key To view safe zones:

control + E to nest.
In the toolbar Note: You can also double-click the button (tool) to type in exact transform values. And also you want to remove the transformation double click it and click reset.

Note: You can also create a Dissolve by pressing D, or choosing Editing | Insert Dissolve.

“A” to click the animate button.

Note: In the duration field you can use the following shortcuts: substitute a colon (:) with a period (.). Type "5." to indicate 5 seconds, or "5.." to indicate 5 minutes.

In the save workspace dialog box the plus (+) button next to the file name is that
1. To append a number to the filename, or to increase the appended number by one digit, click the Increment button . Ctrl-click the Increment button to decrease the number.
Each time you click the Increment button, the appended number changes by one digit.
Control + Y to add a new layer.
Control + T To turn a layer on or off:

• You can also multiple select the operators in the workspace by Dragging a selection box around layers in the Workspace panel or Timeline.
M to add operator marker.

Control + m to add layer marker.

o Click the Previous Marker button or press Ctrl+Shift+M to go to the previous Composite operator marker. Click the Next Marker button or press Shift+M to go to the next Composite operator marker.

Note: You can nudge the position of the pivot point by using the arrow keys on the keyboard. In fact you can move the position, rotation, scale, shear also by selecting the respective tool in the tool box.

Tab to select the arrow tool.
R to select the rotation tool.
S to select the scale tool.
P to select the pivot tool.
H to select the hand tool.
Z to select the rotation tool. In the toolbar.

Control + Y to insert a new layer.

If you want to give the four cornered shape you should take a 3D workspace.

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