This block is where you set the blending type for the current layer. That is, how it will blend with the other layers which which it interacts.
Name: Enter a name for the layer here.
Key: (For the Opacity setting.) Moves through the existing keyframe numbers. Enter a number in the entry field to go to a specific key or use the arrows to scroll through. Note: This is not referring to the frame number, but rather whether it's the first keyframe, second keyframe, etc. For example, the first keyframe might be on frame 0, and the second keyframe might be on frame 65.
Frame: (For the Opacity setting.) Displays the frame number that a keyframe is on. Also, you can type a number in here to change the actual frame that a keyframe is on. For example, lets say you have keyframe #2 and it's on frame 33. Just type in 52 and now keyframe #2 will be on frame 52. It's a really fast way to accurately move a keyframe.
Opacity: Sets the opacity of the current layer. In other words, to what extent this layer will be mixed with the other layers (if there are any). If there is only one layer, the Opacity setting will act like a dissolve, making the surface go from solid to transparent.
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