Nudge is a script panel for After Effects that provides the ability to move selected layers and keyframes together as a group.
Nudge.jsxbin must be placed in the Scripts directory in the After Effects folder. That folder will be named "Adobe After Effects Effects [version]" which has been replaced with "AE" below.
\Program Files\AE\Support Files\Scripts\ScriptUI Panels
If After Effects was running when you installed the script, you’ll need to restart it.
When properly installed, you will find Nudge.jsxbin under the Window menu in After Effects.
To see the licensing information, click on the small “Powered by ESC” text in the lower right of the panel.
The Nudge panel is responsive and will change between three layouts depending on the panel width.
<< Nudge Back Many - Moves back 10 frames
< Nudge Back - Moves back 1 frame
> Nudge Forward - Moves forward 1 frame
>> Nudge Forward Many - Moves forward 10 frames
Or enter a frame custom frame amount in the Nudge field. Use negative numbers to move back. Then click
Nudge to move the group.
Nudge is compatible with KBar v2.0 and later.
Create a new script button and select the Nudge.jsxbin script file. By default this will bring up a dialog to enter the number of frames to move the group.
You can enter numbers (positive or negative) into the “Script function or argument” field to bypass the dialog. This is most useful when setting up multiple buttons or keyboard modifiers.
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