I've put together a timeline with 36 keyframes. I'm struggling to work out the best way to efficiently manipulate the timeline. For example, the transition between keyframe 4 and 5 was a bit too rapid so I've stretched that out by a couple of seconds. It appears that in doing so, I've inadvertently dragged out the length of the entire video (from 1m:45s to almost 3 and a half minutes).
I'd like to be able to adjust the timestamp on a particular keyframe and have the following keyframes maintain their position, relative to the one I've adjusted (rather than them all stretching out proportionally - which is what, I think, is happening at present).
What would be very helpful would be a way to set a linear and angular velocity, both of which work together to act as a cap, themselves defining the time taken to transition between keyframes. I find it very difficult to create a consistent 'feel' throughout my Enscape videos because the pace from keypoint to keypoint tends to vary subtly, but noticeably (and undesirably).
The nauseating effect is somewhat enhanced because it's so difficult to set a consistent 'eye level' and 'looking at' value .
Does anyone have any advice to help me work through these issues more efficiently?
Many thanks in advance.