Applying keyframes to a a clip with speed ramps doesn't work.

New Here ,
Apr 13, 2021 Apr 13, 2021

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I'm really pulling my hair...

So I'm working on this commercial and most of the clips have dynamic speed ramps. I want to manually stabilize some clips using motion keyframes, but for some reason the clip doesn't listen to these keyframes... Only the last added keyframe is active...

 

Already deleted my preferences, even did a clean install of Premiere Pro... I know nesting the clip will solve this, but I need the spill-over of the frame.

 

Kind regards

Kevin

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Adobe Community Professional , Apr 13, 2021 Apr 13, 2021
Put the clips in a 4K sequence. Nest the clip to a new 4K sequence. Apply the speed ramps. Then place the new 4K sequence into your 1080 sequence and manually stabilize.

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Nest it, but change the sequence size if you need spillover.

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Won't work. I use 4K clips in a 1080 sequence. If I nest the clip, the spillover is gone.

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Put the clips in a 4K sequence. Nest the clip to a new 4K sequence. Apply the speed ramps.

Then place the new 4K sequence into your 1080 sequence and manually stabilize.

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Ok, that will do the trick I suppose.

So strange this bug is still in Première though...

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Kevin

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