If you're using a mouse or trackpad to create cinemagraphs in Cinemagraph Pro for macOS, try familiarizing yourself with keyboard shortcuts. Understanding and utilizing the keyboard shortcuts in Cinemagraph Pro for macOS may improve your editing experience and help to streamline your workflow.


Use the following keyboard shortcuts to manage your files:

New Document  |  ⌘N (command-n)
Open  |  ⌘O (command-o)
Save  |  ⌘S (command-s)
Save As  |  ⇧⌘S (shift-command-s)
Export  |  ⌘E (command-e)
Upload  |  ⌘U (command-u)


Use the following keyboard shortcuts to change views while editing

Undo Edit  |  ⌘Z  (command-z)
Redo Edit  |  ⇧⌘Z  (shift-command-z)
Presets  |  ⌘1  (command-1)
Loop  |  ⌘2  (command-2)
Still Image  |  ⌘3  (command-3)
Adjustments  |  ⌘4  (command-4)
Crop  |  ⌘5  (command-5)
Zoom In  |  ⌘+  (command-plus)
Zoom Out  |  ⌘-  (command-minus)
Pause Video  |  Space  (spacebar)


Use the following keyboard shortcuts to nudge the trim range on your timeline:

Start Leftward  |  ⌃⌘←  (control-command-left arrow)
Start Rightward  |  ⌃⌘→  (control-command-right arrow)
End Leftward  |  ⌥⌘←  (caption-command-left arrow)
End Rightward  |  ⌥⌘→   (caption-command-right arrow)


Use the following keyboard shortcuts while masking to determine which areas of your cinemagraph are in motion:

Select Brush/Eraser  |  X
Mask All  |  ⌃⌘M  (control-command-m)
Unmask All  |  ⌃⌘U  (control-command-u)
Increase Brush Size  |  ] (closed square bracket)
Decrease Brush Size  |  [  (open square bracket)
Increase Brush Hardness  |  }  (closed brace)  
Decrease Brush Hardness  |  {  (open brace)


Use the following keyboard shortcuts to transform and crop your cinemagraph in crop view (⌘5) :

Crop  |    (option+drag)
Crop & Maintain Scale  |    (shift+drag)
Rotate Right  |  ⌘→  (command-right arrow)
Rotate Left  |  ⌘←  (command-left arrow)

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