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For my Blender rig, I have a bunch of parts that are animated. I want to average out the keyframes so each keyframe is at an equal distance from the other. So for instance I have 15 animated keyframes, I want each animated keyframe to be far from each other by say 5 keyframes.

Is this doable?

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  1. Go to dope sheet enter image description here
  2. Click on the first key frame so that the cusroser is set to that place enter image description here
  3. select the keyframes that needs to be evenly space out, can use "B" to drag select area or any other selection enter image description here
  4. Press "S" to scale enter image description here
  5. and input number "5" if you wish to evenly space out all keys with interval of 5 frames enter image description here
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If you go into the Graph Editor, you should be able to Box select a vertical column of keyframes. From there, key G, then X, then move the keyframes to the desired time (in frames).

Alternatively, if they are already evenly spaced and you simply want to increase the increment, Box select all the keyframes and key S, then X, then a value (maybe 5 if they are 1 frame apart and you want them to be 5 frames apart).

Hope this helps and happy Blending!

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    $\begingroup$ I'm not sure if I quite understood your answer, it seems to me that you are suggesting to select a set of keyframes and move them back and forth in time through the Graph Editor, whilst my request is finding a way to select all the desired keyframes and have them separated by a certain amount of frames automatically $\endgroup$
    – Abedd
    May 29 '16 at 8:31

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