Gyroflow documentation
Search…
⌃K
🔑

Keyframes

Gyroflow comes with the ability to keyframe most parameters in order to achieve any look you want.
Most parameters in Gyroflow can be keyframed, i.e. their value can be changing in different parts of the video.

How to use?

Enabling keyframes

Keyframes can be enalbed by right-clicking on the slider and choosing Enable keyframing.
Then, go to a time in the video when you want the value to be different and just change the slider value. This will create a keyframe on the timeline chart.
Smoothness keyframe

Keyframe easing

You can right click the keyframe point to enable or disable easing (it's enabled by default).
Ease in + out vs. linear keyframe

Removing/disabling keyframes

You can right click the keyframe point to delete it, or to disable all keyframing for a slider, right click on the slider and uncheck Enable keyframing - this will clear all keyframes on that slider.

Keyframeable parameters

  • Smoothness
  • FOV
  • Zooming speed
  • Zooming center offset
  • Horizon lock amount / roll correction
  • Lens correction strength
  • Max smoothness
  • Max smoothness at high velocity
  • Pitch/Roll/Yaw smoothness
  • Video rotation
  • Background margin / feather
  • Video speed

Example

Caveat

When keyframing zooming speed and the speed changes are significant, make sure to switch the zooming algorithm to Envelope follower.
There is a known bug with the Gaussian filter algorithm which may lead to black borders in view when keyframing zooming speed.