Taking a geometric graphic, repeating them into a pattern and then setting motion: is there a smart and faster way?

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Taking a geometric graphic, repeating them into a pattern and then setting motion: is there a smart and faster way?

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Hello everyone,

I have this hexagon graphic and the idea is that it multiplies on screen, makes into a pattern form being juxtaposed into each other almost creating a square or rectangle by them all close together and then adding motion to move them all in a circular fashion.

Is there a way to do this without having to painstakingly add a track for each hexagon and stagger them to make that effect?

Thank you in advance.
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These are what tracks are for.
It shouldn't be that painstakingly if you copy/paste and modify motion/KF's by numbers and not with the mouse.
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Hello asik1. Thank you. I think that is what I didn't know how to do. May I please ask how does one modify keyframes by numbers and not by a mouse, rather what is the method if I may ask please?
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I don't know what VS you use, but in custom motion you see all
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Thank you so much for taking the time to assist. I totally understand the customize motion was just trying yo find a way to make it easier to create scores of the same,placed in patterns. Thanks again!
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Re: Taking a geometric graphic, repeating them into a pattern and then setting motion: is there a smart and faster way?

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I am not exactly sure what effect you are trying to achieve.
Have you tried applying FX Kaleidoscope to your graphic image

Which version of Video Studio are you using, and can you update your profile to show the details, thanks
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