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So, I've had this issue a couple times before. This time it's really screwing things up on a commercial spot I'm trying to get out the door.... Have you ever had what looks like a keyframe where you haven't inserted a keyframe? I've tried so many things to make this go away. Look at the attached image. There is not a keyframe at all on this frame. The interpolation is set to STEP. Still, somehow the family on this plate moves and the path under them clearly shows an extra point that is not represented anywhere on the timeline. What in the world am I doing wrong? I'm obviously missing something here.
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