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Aug 14, 2020

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I am trying to Ease Out and In on keyframes in Position, Scale and Basic 3D of a .png graphic on a 1080p timeline.  I click on the Ease Out and then the Ease In but the settings go immediately back to Bezier.  Is there a setting that prohibits me changing these interpolations?

 

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Ease In and Out Not Holding

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I am trying to Ease Out and In on keyframes in Position, Scale and Basic 3D of a .png graphic on a 1080p timeline.  I click on the Ease Out and then the Ease In but the settings go immediately back to Bezier.  Is there a setting that prohibits me changing these interpolations?

 

MacBook Pro 16 inch 2019

Mac Catalina 10.15.6

Premiere Pro 14.3.1

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I didn't see your screen shot cause I didn't want to download it.

However I tried what you have written and they look like they are sticking for me.

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Sorry, I placed the screenshot in the "attach file" area. Here it is
pasted below:

[image: image.png]

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Screen Shot 2020-08-14 at 2.30.02 PM.png

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MyerPj_0-1597436136287.png

 

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Ease Out and Ease In is something that happens to keyframes, not it's own type. So Bezier is correct there.

 

https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/using/controlling-effect-changes-using-keyframe.html

 
 

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MeyerPj,

 

"I am trying to Ease Out and In on keyframes in Position, Scale and Basic 3D."

 

What am I not getting?  This is what I am used to doing on keyframes I have established on the settings under Motion.

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It's a bezier keyframe with an ease out or in applied to it. It doesn't come up with ease out selected in the menu.

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