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enter image description hereI have been following the 'Old TV intro' tutorial by the youtuber Blender Education and at watermark 28:40 he adds a keyframe to the offset on the x axis in a texture node. I am using 2.81 and I cannot seem to understand how he did it, although in the tutorial he used an older version of blender. Any help or answers would be greatly appreciated.

EDIT: As you can see in the screenshot above he enters some shortcut that creates a keyframe on the offset section of the texture node. What I'm trying to find out is how that is achieved in blender 2.81. Sorry for any previous confusion.

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  • $\begingroup$ Wow I was being so stupid! Yeah it works when you just hover over the function, thankyou for the help! $\endgroup$ – Dave Jan 11 at 18:23
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The way to do keyframes has not changed. Hover the cursor over the item you want to keyframe and press the I key (I as in "Insert keyframe")

Or right click on the item and select add keyframe from the menu.

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