Drop shadow messes up Ken Burns effect

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Jan 29, 2021 Jan 29, 2021

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I made a Ken Burns effect on a still image but when I applied a drop shadow, the scale and position goes haywire. 

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Adobe Community Professional , Jan 29, 2021 Jan 29, 2021
Should not do that but nest then add the drop shadow to the nest.

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Should not do that but nest then add the drop shadow to the nest.

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Thanks. It worked. I didn't realize I would have to nest a single layer.

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Nesting essentially applies a "stop" point on internal processing. It applies all processing requested before the nest to completion, then adds whatever effects and controls are applied after the nest.

 

Which keeps a lot of effects "straight" and from conflicting with each other. So ... it's very useful say if you're going to apply time-warp and color. Do one, nest, do the other. That sort of thing.

 

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