The Timeline In Moho 12 Is An After Effects Animator’s Dream

Central to any animation software, lies the timeline. Make no mistake as simple it may seem at first glance; a well-made timeline can make or break your work process with an animated short film! In Moho 12 (formerly known as Anime Studio) there are some new changes and additions that I wish were similar in After Effects like layers timelines & events which helps me organize my ideas more efficiently while writing scripts down on paper before coding them into motion graphics programs such s Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015 since they do not offer these features natively within their own product suite anymore but still allow users access through third party plugins/addons if needed.

Like a modern animation tool, Moho has the layers panel separate from the timeline. This is similar to what you would see in Spine 2D Skeletal Animation or any 3D application and it’s really easy for beginners because all keyframe settings are done directly on individual layer properties not on groups which makes managing large projects much simpler than other programs where everything must be set at once!

The Timeline in Moho 12 has seen some upgrades and they are awesome

With After Effects, the layer structure of your project is one and the same with its timeline. This can quickly lead to confusing projects for users who spend a lot time making their layers “shy” or scrolling around just so they get where it’s needed which is absolutely wasted effort when we have such an elegant solution in place already!

Moho 12, Multiple layers in the Timeline

Moho is a unique animation software that has been designed to make editing and creating animations easier. Moho includes features such as separate layers, an interface much like Photoshop’s canvas board where you can place objects into different timelines for specific effects or frames; the ability pick which layers will be visible in your video timeline based on what needs showing – all this without having multiple windows open!
With version 2 there’s even more power at hand because now we’re allowing users several ways of stacking their elements: You can arrange everything independently from each other so they always maintain cohesion by changing one thing here doesn’t mean losing track over there.

The timeline is a powerful tool for managing projects and organizing your time. You can pick which elements to work on, creating the perfect schedule that works best with what you need from it! The layer colors will help distinguish between different types of tasks so they’re easy enough to find in any type of situation or project management workflow system – even if there are multiple timelines open at once.

Working on facial animation? Simply add those elements to the timeline from an easy-to-use layer panel. Working on your legs of a walk cycle, are you? That’s all that would be necessary in any case! It’s such simple terms with just one thing at hand – it makes viewing easier for everyone involved.
When working within After Effects CC 2015+’s interface there is no confusing navigation between panels or interfaces thanks largely due here where they have been integrated into each other seamlessly making everything more cohesive than before without having.

Collapse Animation Channels

Moho’s timeline now lets you consolidate animated changes. This is something that we are all familiar with in After Effects, but the difference lies in how Moho handles it: rather than having a layer show no keyframes at all when collapsed under another one as seen before on AE…you have an overview of what’s going down and still be able adjust/alter things if needed!

Muting Animated Channels

Moho’s new feature allows you to temporarily turn off a channel without destroying anything on that particular media file. This is super helpful for professional animation, where muting channels can help focus the work and create better audio effects!

You can use a little red dot in Moho to turn off the animation for that channel. This means you’ll still have your keyframes, but they won’t play back anymore- there’s no point since we’re not actually animating anything on this particular layer anyways. In my video above (the one with all those awkward camera moves), I muted them so I could work without getting distracted by what was happening around me while editing!

One main drawback about using After Effects as a motion graphics tool is that you cannot mute animated channels. It’s hard enough trying to refine your animations without having those annoying Silky Smoove 2 animate all over the place, and there’s no easy way out! Well luckily I found some creative workarounds for this though by just limiting which keys do what animation actions – like Position or Rotation movements since they only have one key associated with them whereas others may have multiple ones allowing more freedom when editing sequences in AE Pro Tools including ourselves here at NewUAnimationLabs™ who use Premiere instead so.


Moho 12 is the perfect choice for those who want to do more than just create animated videos. It has all of your basic video editing features, as well as an extensive bones-based animation library that you can use right out of the box! Smith Micro offers 30 day demos so if this software isn’t already on your computer we’ll let ya try ours first and see how it goes before making any commitment – but hurry because they only have a limited number available each month (usually around 20). Visit them now at www dot smithmicro d o t c om.