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I would like to move around a still frame like i had a stabilizer:

Engaged ,
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in, out, around, smooth turns, ramped speeds, etc.  So which effect

should I use to do this please?  In PPRO, we have Motion>position, scale

but it seems these effects wont pile up on each other there.

Any thoughts?
Thanks!

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I would like to move around a still frame like i had a stabilizer:

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in, out, around, smooth turns, ramped speeds, etc.  So which effect

should I use to do this please?  In PPRO, we have Motion>position, scale

but it seems these effects wont pile up on each other there.

Any thoughts?
Thanks!

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You need to start with the Learn section and workspace in After Effects or the User Guide. The most basic controls on any layer in After Effects are Anchor Point, Position, Rotation, Scale, and opacity. 

 

I'm not exactly sure what you mean when you say you want to "Move around a still frame like I had a stabilizer." If you mean you want to move around the image like it was in 3D space then you have a bunch of other things to do. If you just want to move around the image like it was a photograph then all you need to do is make the layer 3D and animate a camera or the position, rotation, and maybe scale of the layer.  If you can clarify exactly what you are trying to do we can probably give you some suggestions.

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I think the 2d option you said.  Just travel around within the photograph.

Yes of course I AM HAPPY TO TAKE THE APPROPRIATE TUTORIAL,  caps lok error
But I want to know more about the first option you said please. 

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