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Playback Shortcuts

Spacebar Play or Pause Playback for the selected sequence.
Down Arrow Plays the selected sequence.
Up Arrow Returns to the start of the of the assigned Playback Range.
Left Arrow Step backwards in the current sequence.
Right Arrow Step forwards in the current sequence.
[ Sets the start of Playback Range to the current time.
] Sets the end of Playback Range to the current time.

 

Tracks Area Navigation – Basic Navigation

Right-click Drag Allows you to move around the Tracks Area.
Ctrl + Mouse Wheel In/Out Zoom in/out in the Tracks Area.
Home Resets the zoom/view range of the Tracks Area.
– and = Zoom into and out of the view range by 10%.
, and . Moves backwards and forwards between placed keyframes.
Left-click Drag Creates a selection box around keys in the window.
Left-click on a key Selects the key.
Right-click on a key Displays the Context Menu where you can define properties for the key.
Middle Mouse Creates a key at the mouse position.
Enter Set a key on the selected tracks at the current time.
Ctrl + G Go to a set time/frame in the sequence.
I Sets the start of Selection Range.
O Sets the end of Selection Range.
M Adds/Removes a Frame Marker at the current mouse location.
Ctrl + Shift + , (comma key) Jumps the timeline to the previous marker.
Ctrl + Shift + . (period key) Jumps the timeline to the next marker.
Ctrl + Left Arrow Move selected keys and sections 1 frame to the left.
Ctrl + Right Arrow Move selected keys and sections 1 frame to the right.

 

Editing Shortcuts

Ctrl + / Split the current section at the current time position.
Ctrl + , Trim the current section left at the current time position.
Ctrl + . Trim the current section right at the current time position.

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Key Interpolation Shortcuts

1 Set the selected key to use an auto tangent.
2 Set the selected key to use a user defined tangent.
3 Set the selected key to use a break tangent.
4 Set the selected key to use a linear tangent.
5 Set the selected key to use a constant tangent.

*The commands below do not respond to Numpad entries.

 

Transform Track Shortcuts

S with a Track selected Adds a Transform Sub-Track (if it does not exist) and adds keys for Location, Rotation and Scale.
Shift + W with a Track selected Adds a Transform Sub-Track (if it does not exist) and adds a key for Location only.
Shift + E with a Track selected Adds a Transform Sub-Track (if it does not exist) and adds a key for Rotation only.
Shift + R with a Track selected Adds a Transform Sub-Track (if it does not exist) and adds a key for Scale only.

*If you do not have a Transform track for the selected Actor, one will be created when you use the shortcut commands.

 

Auto Add to Sequencer

Ctrl + Drag asset into viewport This will automatically add the object to Sequencer.
Shift + Drag asset into viewport This will automatically add the object to Sequencer as a Spawnable.
Drag asset into Sequencer Add them as Spawnable

 

Track Organization

Ctrl + O Toggle for expanding/collapsing selected tracks.
Shift + O Toggle for expanding/collapsing selected tracks and its child tracks.

 

Viewports

Shift + C Switch the active viewport to a Cinematic Viewport view mode.
Shift + D Switch the active viewport to a Default Viewport view mode.
Ctrl + Shift + T Toggles the display of the Toolbar in the active viewport.
G Enters Game View (hides all editor icons from being displayed).

 

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