Built-in way to extend each frame's exposure by 1 across multiple layers?

I have the frames of my drawing laid out on different layers, but when I hit “play” it goes by about twice the speed I’d like it to. To fix this, I guess I’d have to extend the exposure of each frame by 1 across multiple layers.

I’m just wondering if there’s a way to do this automatically rather than manually? Thanks, all.

Good morning, telifri.

Once your frames are laid out in your timeline, you can select the portion for which you wish to increase the exposure. Of the options listed, select Exposure. Under the Exposure sub menu, you will find several options, such as “Set Exposure to 2”, which I think is the option best suited for you. You also have the presets to do it on 1, 2, 3 exposed frames, or you can even set your own settings under “Set Exposure…”

Hope this answers your question!

To get the Exposure menu, you need to right click (Ctrl + click on Mac) on your frame selection. :slight_smile:

Thanks!! Worked perfectly!