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Title Alignment Breaks with Scaling Applied

Community Beginner ,
Jun 19, 2024 Jun 19, 2024

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Issue:

Certain values under Vector Motion Scale can cause the Align tool to not work properly.

 

Adobe Premiere Pro Version Number:

Premiere Pro 2024 [24.4.1]

 

Operating System:

Windows 11 and Mac OS Sonoma 14.4 have been tested.

 

System Info:

Windows:

intel i7 12th gen processor

GPU: nVidia 3060

RAM: 16GB

Hard Drive: NVME 1TB (M.2)

 

Mac OS:

M2 Pro

Memory: 16GB

Hard Drive: Local storage 1TB

 

Video Format:

N/A.  Applies to new projects with any video format.  Tested on 1920x1080 timeline.

 

Workflow Details:

Can reproduce on a new empty project/timeline with a single text layer graphic.

 

Steps to reproduce:

If you change the Vector Motion Scale to above 200%, the align tool doesn't work properly at all and gets less aligned with each click. If you have the Vector Motion Scale set to 101%-199% it works but not on the first click.  It requires several clicks to align depending on how far misaligned it was.

 

I should note that you can change the scale above 200% and have it still align properly, but as soon as you move the layer at all it breaks as shown.

 

Expected result:

Text layer should align to the center both vertically and horizontally on the first click.

 

Actual result:

Text layer may or may not align to the center on the first click, depending on what the Vector Motion Scale value is set to.

 

Demonstration:

See attached YouTube video.

 

Here is a demonstration of the issue:

https://youtu.be/dNZZ1aCuK8c

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Adobe Employee , Jun 19, 2024 Jun 19, 2024

Hi, I'm Kevin, one of the moderators here. Thanks for the bug report, @lukew60350555. Good job providing the information and the movies. It's helpful!

 

I hope the community or the team can help you with this ASAP.

 

Cheers,
Kevin

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Community Beginner ,
Jun 19, 2024 Jun 19, 2024

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I should note that I accidentally uploaded the earlier video of me demonstrating this issue before I discovered the underlying cause.  This is the updated video showing how you can break/fix this problem.

 

https://youtu.be/LYY-EJ-Vo8E

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Hi, I'm Kevin, one of the moderators here. Thanks for the bug report, @lukew60350555. Good job providing the information and the movies. It's helpful!

 

I hope the community or the team can help you with this ASAP.

 

Cheers,
Kevin

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