You can choose to work in three different editing views: the multiple key frame view, the single key frame view, and the preview view.

The multiple key frame view (see Working with multiple key frames) displays an entire photo and lets you edit all of the key frames within the same view. You also use this view to edit the motion paths between the key frames.

Multiple key frame view

The single key frame view (see Working with a single key frame) displays only the portion of the photo visible for the selected key frame. You cannot see the motion path in this view. It is useful for precise adjustment of the key frames. You can use the key frame panel (see Working with the key frame panel) to select the key frame to edit.

Single key frame view

The preview view shows you the movie as it is rendered at a specific time where the timeline scrubber is located. You must use this view to edit titles and graphics, but it is not used to edit photo key frames.