keySpatialAutoBezier()

Returns true if the specified keyframe has spatial auto-Bezier interpolation. This type of interpolation affectsthis keyframe only if keySpatialContinuous k

setTemporalContinuousAtKey()

Turns temporal continuity on or off for the specified keyframe.When temporal continuity is turned on, it affects this keyframe only if the keyframe interpol

keySpatialContinuous()

Returns true if the specified keyframe has spatial continuity.If the property value type is neither TwoD _SPATIAL nor ThreeD_SPATIAL, an exception is genera

setValueAtKey()

Finds the specified keyframe and sets its value.If the named property has no keyframes, or no keyframe with the specified index, this method generates an ex

keyTemporalAutoBezier()

Returns true if the specified keyframe has temporal auto-Bezier interpolation.Temporal auto-Bezier interpolation affects this keyframe only if the keyframe

keyTemporalContinuous()

Returns true if the specified keyframe has temporal continuity.Temporal continuity affects this keyframe only if keyframe interpolation type is KeyframeInte

keyInInterpolationType()

Returns the ‘in’ interpolation type for the specified keyframe.keyIndex The index for the keyframe. An integer in the range [1..numKeys], as returned by the

nearestKeyIndex()

Returns the index of the keyframe nearest to the specified time.time The time in seconds; a floating-point value. The beginning of the composition is 0.Inte

keyInTemporalEase()

Returns the incoming temporal ease for the specified keyframe.keyIndex The index for the keyframe. An integer in the range [1..numKeys], as returned by the

removeKey()

Removes the specified keyframe from the named property. If no keyframe with the specified index exists, generates an exception and displays an error.When a