Display the Keyframe Editor
The Keyframe Editor provides a visualization of changing keyframe values in the form of animation curves. Animation curves plot keyframes on a line over time; changing keyframe values modify the shape of the curve. In the Keyframe Editor, you can view and modify these curves to fine-tune animation in your project.
On the left side of the Keyframe Editor, a parameter list shows parameters that have keyframes. And on the right side, a graph area displays animation curves for those keyframed parameters. The Keyframe Editor makes it easy to add and delete keyframes, as well as move them in two-dimensional space to modify their values (up-down) and their positions in time (left-right). You can manipulate curves and define a variety of interpolation methods, creating dramatically different types of effects.
For a complete list of Keyframe Editor features, see Keyframe Editor controls.
Show the Keyframe Editor
Do one of the following:
Click the Show Keyframe Editor button in the bottom-right corner of the Motion workspace.
Choose Window > Keyframe Editor.
The Keyframe Editor appears in the Timing pane (under the Timeline if the Timeline is displayed).