I have 35 layers (images) that i'd like to display one after the other in a stop-motion manner.
i have them all adjacent in one Video Group.
Somehow they all defaulted to be 05:00f "wide" (duration) each.
How can i select all and then make them uniformly shorter in duration so they show approximately a half second each.
i can grab each individual edge and make it more narrow, but it's tedious to get them all equal and then
realigned to be adjacent.
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