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Often I'll try changing the position of an object or whatever it may be, and forget to apply the keyframe, then the timeline moves, I quit the program, I start to render, or whatever, and either the keyframe before the change or the saved keyframe on that frame takes over and I loose all my work. Autosave isn't reliable so is there a way to have the keyframe auto-update to changes made to the properties it defines?

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You can enable auto keyframing on the timeline by pressing the red button: enter image description here

more info on the manual

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  • $\begingroup$ Thank you, I was assuming that it would record multiple frames of data, which I know it can do, but I have never used it. Thanks allot :) $\endgroup$ – Marcus Mravik Jul 7 '15 at 20:41

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