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It may be easier at times to use the Toggle Clip Keyframes button in Final Cut Pro rather than in the Filter or Motion Tab.  By using the Keyframe editor down in the Timeline, it will be easier to move your keyframes.  Simply click on the Toggle Clip Keyframes button located in the lower left corner of the Timeline.  The tracks within the Timeline open up to reveal a clip's keyframe area underneath each track. 

toggle_clip_keyframes_button.pngIf you try moving keyframes in the Motion Tab, you are likely to change the value of your keyframes as well as the position, which is something you don't want to do.  Rather by moving the keyframes in the Timeline, you will only be changing the position of the keyframe and not the value. When moving keyframes, you may pass over a keyframe of a different attribute, but not a keyframe of the same attribute.

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