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script to zoom and move into a photo in track in premiere

Community Beginner ,
Mar 29, 2024 Mar 29, 2024

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Hello,

I'm looking to create a sequence of video or GIF in Premiere Pro. Could someone provide me with a script to zoom in on a relatively large JPG photo (let's say 5000x5000 pixels), and move it from the center of the photo to the coordinates (100 on the x-axis and 100 on the y-axis) over a duration of 5 seconds at a zoom level of 400x? If anyone knows where I can find documentation on this because I've checked the scripting PDF but found nothing relevant, I'd appreciate it. I'm unsure if this is best done in Premiere Pro or After Effects.

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Adobe Employee , Apr 02, 2024 Apr 02, 2024

What you've described is possible, using either PPro or AE ExtendScript. 

 

I don't know what 'scripting PDF' you've seen, but both products' ExtendScript APIs are documented here:

https://docsforadobe.dev/

For triggering scripts in PPro, the PProPanel example panel is the right place to start. 


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Community Expert ,
Apr 01, 2024 Apr 01, 2024

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Is the tool 1-Click-Slideshow of my (paid) extension Automation Blocks maybe doing what you need?

 

Here is a video by Premiere Gal showing this tool:

The great thing about Automation Blocks is that it can be fullly customized if a tool is not yet 100% doing what you want.

 

PS: If you want to write your own CEP Panel:

Position and Scale of clips in the sequence are ComponentParams. Hence,  you can use ComponentParam.setValueAtKey() to keyframe those to create an animation. 

Mathias Möhl - Developer of tools like BeatEdit and Automation Blocks for Premiere Pro and After Effects

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What you've described is possible, using either PPro or AE ExtendScript. 

 

I don't know what 'scripting PDF' you've seen, but both products' ExtendScript APIs are documented here:

https://docsforadobe.dev/

For triggering scripts in PPro, the PProPanel example panel is the right place to start. 


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