How to link "A" layer's keyframe position with "B" layer's position??

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Old 06 June 2013   #1
Question How to link "A" layer's keyframe position with "B" layer's position??

Hello All,

I am learning AE CS5.5 by online tutorials & forums. My question is little complicated but I hope you all will help me and solve it.

I have two Layers in a composition. I have keyframed 1st layer's scale property. There are four keyframes on that layer. 1st keyframe starts on 100th frame & 2nd layer also starts form 100th frame. Now I want to link this four keyframes with 2nd layer's position.

For example, If I move 2nd layer from 100th frame to 150th frame, the first keyframe of first layer (which is on 100th frame)shold also move to 150th frame automatically.

Please check below snapshot for better understanding on my question:



Sorry for my little poor English but I hope you all will understand what I want to ask. Please tell me if you want more snapshot or clarification to understand the question.

In addition, this is just an example, I want to repeat this action on hundreds of layers in differnt differnt projects so it is very complicated for me to move all keyframes manually everytime.

Thanks & Regards,

Vipati

Last edited by vipati87 : 06 June 2013 at 04:23 PM. Reason: To attach snapshot
 
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