You can control the amount of time each frame or object displays in the movie (i.e., its timing).
Set the Timing for Frames
In a movie, a frame is displayed for a certain period of time. When you record a movie, the timing of frames is automatically added, so that one frame displays for a certain number of seconds before it disappears and the next frame appears. However, you can adjust how much time a given frame is displayed before it goes away.See Setting Timing for Frames.
- Set the Timing for Objects
An object added to a frame is displayed for a certain period of time. However, you can control the timing of individual objects within frames. You can arrange objects in a frame so that they follow one after the other during the course of the frame, or you can overlap the timing of objects. A useful tool for doing this visually is the Timeline window pane's Frame and Action Views.See Setting Timing for Objects.