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Pan and zoom as preset

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Feb 05, 2019

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Hello,

is there a possibility to save zooming in or zooming out (Ken Burns) as preset?

Or horizontal sliding as preset?

Thanks in advance

Bernd

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Your saved preset will be on the Effects panel, in the My Effects category.

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Pan and zoom as preset

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Hello,

is there a possibility to save zooming in or zooming out (Ken Burns) as preset?

Or horizontal sliding as preset?

Thanks in advance

Bernd

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Correct answer by Steve Grisetti | Adobe Community Professional

Your saved preset will be on the Effects panel, in the My Effects category.

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Certainly.Just go to the Applied Effects panel and right-click on the property (Motion) you've keyframed your animation for and select the option to Save Preset.

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Hello Steve,

thank you for quick reply - I understand, what is to do -

but its always try and error.

Do you have one or two screenshots, to handle the motion effect?

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And where can I find then the saved presets?

Greetings

Bernd

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Your saved preset will be on the Effects panel, in the My Effects category.

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Hello Steve,

in the meantime I got the problem solved (studying youtube) -

for example, I didn't know, what is keyframe and how to "produce" them

Greetings

Bernd

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Since you initially asked how to save a pan & zoom, I assumed you already knew how to create Motion keyframes.

I have tutorials on that too, of course. But I'm glad you were able to find some regardless.

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Where is this?

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