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I'm manipulating animation keyframes in the Graph Editor in Blender and although my keys are clearly marked "Value", I can't see exactly what the value of this key is ; I can only eyeball its location by manually moving the keyframe up and down the Y axis in on the graph.

I would like to manually set the height of the keyframe in the Graph Editor by inputting a numeric value. How do I do this?

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Select the keyframe in the graph editor.

Press N to open the properties panel. Go to the F-Curve tab and the Active Keyframe section. You can read and write the keyframes Frame and Value.

keyframe value

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Show Sliders

From the graph editor view menu toggle view sliders

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Now each fcurve has a slider in the channels region.

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When the scene frame is on a keyframe, highlighted yellow, updating will change the keyframe value. When green, will add a new keyframe at that frame.

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