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Consistent zoom on images of different sizes and lengths

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Jun 26, 2020

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I'm trying to add a subtle zoom on a bunch of still images, and sometimes the images fade between each other. I want the speed of the zoom to be consitant across the various images regardless of the clip lenght or initial size.

 

Clip lenght, I think I can figure this out - I would just need to create key frames that are longer then the longest clip - then I'm assuming I can cut and past them onto shorter clips and they would stay consistant. However, if the inital image is scaled differently then the others, then this would not work, as I would be pasting the wrong scale.

 

What would be great is if there were a seperate "transform" Effect, that gave me independent paramaters - Scale, Position, etc. - that could be manipulated in addition to the paramaters that are inherent to the clip. Or maybe a seperate "Zoom" effect, that could be copied and pasted. Any suggestions?

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Consistent zoom on images of different sizes and lengths

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I'm trying to add a subtle zoom on a bunch of still images, and sometimes the images fade between each other. I want the speed of the zoom to be consitant across the various images regardless of the clip lenght or initial size.

 

Clip lenght, I think I can figure this out - I would just need to create key frames that are longer then the longest clip - then I'm assuming I can cut and past them onto shorter clips and they would stay consistant. However, if the inital image is scaled differently then the others, then this would not work, as I would be pasting the wrong scale.

 

What would be great is if there were a seperate "transform" Effect, that gave me independent paramaters - Scale, Position, etc. - that could be manipulated in addition to the paramaters that are inherent to the clip. Or maybe a seperate "Zoom" effect, that could be copied and pasted. Any suggestions?

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Jun 26, 2020

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BTW, saw some people post about a free plugin "FXFactory - Pan and Zoom", but unfortunatly it is Mac only....

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Perhaps not the exact solution to this but I often NEST the clips and then put the Scale keyframes on the nest. 

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Jun 26, 2020

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You can make all kinds of presets with the Transform effect.

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