The speaker is on track 2.
The video is on track 1.
Keyframe the crop and motion properties for the speaker on track 2.
You can also nest the speaker and apply the crop.
Then keyframe the motion properties of the nest in the original sequence..
Thank you for the infomation but I believe I have already tried this and it did not result in the preferred effect.
Bob is correct. The best way to get this done is to do your zoom, then nest the clip and do the crop on the nested clip (not in the nested clip, on it). Are you sure that's what you did?
When I try to my picture zooms and widens everything is that what is was supposed to do?
You can use just the "crop" effect to get this done. Just apply it to your clip, and then crop where you need and zoom separate to that. I tried it and I believe it did what you were explaining you wanted.
Can you post screenshots or a video of how you are doing it?