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Changing position on one keyframe, changes display position of next keyframe - and so on

Engaged ,
Jan 30, 2024 Jan 30, 2024

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Hi There,

 

No idea if this is a bug or a setting but I'm having a frustrating issue where changing the position for one keyframe, also changes the display position of the next keyframe (it doesn't change the position numbers).

 

And if I manually adjust each keyframe, the starting position becomes crazier and crazier until I get to a keyframe that I can't position at all.

 

Does anyone know how to fix?

 

Have tried/checked:

  1. That both temporal and spatial interpolation are set to linear
  2. Deleting all keyframes and starting again
  3. Un-toggling animation for position and starting again
  4. Un-toggling animation for scale and position, then starting again
  5. Restarting premiere
  6. Restarting Premiere, opening a different project, quitting and reopening the current project again

 

I have 28 frames where I need to match a mask that is on source footage I can't alter. The clip (a PSD date) also has an animated mask on it.

 

On the first clip, it took 20sec to adjust each keyframe manually. But on the second change-out (duplicate sequence, replace with clip from bin) it won't play ball.

 

Does anyone know if this is a bug or a setting somewhere?

 

Any help much appreciated.

Cheers, Ben

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Engaged , Jan 30, 2024 Jan 30, 2024

In the end, I had to completely remove the clip from the timeline, re-add it, remake the scale and position keyframes, re-create the mask and animate it all over again.

 

If anyone knows what this issue is, please let me know. Cheers

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Engaged ,
Jan 30, 2024 Jan 30, 2024

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In the end, I had to completely remove the clip from the timeline, re-add it, remake the scale and position keyframes, re-create the mask and animate it all over again.

 

If anyone knows what this issue is, please let me know. Cheers

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Premiere sometimes moves in mysterious ways.

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