Keyframing in Final Cut Pro X is very easy. Watch this brief tutorial video in fullscreen mode to learn how:

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  1. :04 - Set keyframes for settings you want to animate
  2. :10 - The arrow keys on your keyboard are great for moving the playhead around your timeline
  3. :18 - To keyframe at the end of a clip, press the left arrow key to move back one frame
  4. :26 - Since we created keyframes at the beginning of the clip, changes that we make at the end of the clip are automatically keyframed
  5. :41 - When the clip is played back, the values change based on the keyframes we created
  6. :53 - You can add a keyframe at any point in time during a clip in your timeline
  7. 1:07 - To disable a keyframe, use the arrows next to the keyframe icon to move between the keyframes you've created and click on the yellow icon to disable it

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