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how do i repeat an animation or connect 2 different video clips so i can move them like its 1 video

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Apr 19, 2023 Apr 19, 2023

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nothing i have tried has worked i tried nesting but it ends up moving the background instead, i tried looking at youtube but they all say things that dont help, all i want to do is move a clip on a background but have the animation be looped at the same time 

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Apr 19, 2023 Apr 19, 2023

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If I understand you correctly:

Background on Video layer 1.

Clip on Video layer 2.  Keyframe the size and position.

 

Premiere Pro doesn't loop the timeline.  You have to keep repeating the clips.

If you need to loop the timeline, you can do that in After Effects.

 

If I don't understand you correctly:

Please explain another way or in more detail what you are trying to do.

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Apr 19, 2023 Apr 19, 2023

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i want to keyframe multiple images but have them flow together instead of manually stopping halfway through on 1 image then continuing the keyframe on the next image  

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Apr 19, 2023 Apr 19, 2023

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If they are images, and not video, then create a new file in Photoshop that contains all the images.
Make sure that the new file is a large enough pixel size to contain all the images.  Save it as a psd and then import it into Premiere Pro. 

Then keyframe the single psd.

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Apr 19, 2023 Apr 19, 2023

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Another way to do it that will work with video as well:

 

Stagger your clips on the timeline (pancake editing).  Nest the clips to a new sequence.

Keyframe the nest in the main sequence. 

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Exactly how did you nest?

What happened?  What didn't work?

 

There's no need to be snarky.  I realize you are upset, but I'm just trying to help.

 

Mod note: previous reply removed for abusive content.

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