Mask applying to wrong part of image - Premiere pro

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Jun 29, 2022 Jun 29, 2022

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Hi all,

 

Having issues with masking part of a shot. The mask is that is being applied is smaller than the one I've drawn and is in a different place. I'm using v22.5, I've had this issue intermittently before. Am I correct in assuming it's a bug? Has anyone found a fix for it?

 

Thanks in advance

 

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Participant , Jun 29, 2022 Jun 29, 2022

This can happen if you have a re-size on the shot. It appears your adjustment layer may be a larger size than the sequence. Is this correct? Either use an adjustment layer that is the same size as the sequence or reset the one you have then right-click the layer and select "scale to frame size"

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This can happen if you have a re-size on the shot. It appears your adjustment layer may be a larger size than the sequence. Is this correct? Either use an adjustment layer that is the same size as the sequence or reset the one you have then right-click the layer and select "scale to frame size"

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Ahhh that's it, my adjustment layer was 5K and the sequence is at 4K. Thanks a lot 🙂

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