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How can I pan within a still photo

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Hi,

 

I have two more questions, which haven't garnered a response from the forum. (I'm not sure I fully understand how to use the forum.). 

 

1) How can I pan within a still photo that is in my Premiere Pro 2017 sequence?  I'd like to pan down to up, it's a vertical photo.

 

2) Inexplicably all my clips from another project went offline.  I haven't moved or renamed any of them.

 

Thanks, Amy

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How can I pan within a still photo

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Hi,

 

I have two more questions, which haven't garnered a response from the forum. (I'm not sure I fully understand how to use the forum.). 

 

1) How can I pan within a still photo that is in my Premiere Pro 2017 sequence?  I'd like to pan down to up, it's a vertical photo.

 

2) Inexplicably all my clips from another project went offline.  I haven't moved or renamed any of them.

 

Thanks, Amy

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Start new topics for each question with the appropriate subject line

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Thank you.  I'm still trying to figure out how to use this community forum:)

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"Panning" is a motion process. With the clip selected on the timeline, go to the Effect Control Panel (ECP), to the Video tab up top, the Motion section, and set the position parameters.

 

The first one is the "X", which is horizontal postion. The second is the "Y" axis, for vertical position.

 

And below them is Scale, which is the size of the image in view.

 

They can all be keyframed. Often it's easier to go the spot where you want something to end up, and set the parameters for that moment. Make sure the stopwatch icons are blue, so they set keyframes.

 

Then go to where you want things to start, and drag the item to where you want it at that point. Set size as needed. Then select your keyframes and set ease out/in and maybe continuous bezier for smoother movement.

 

Neil

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Thanks so much. I'll try this.

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How do I pan within a still image (ideally from bottom to top of a vertical image) in my Premiere Pro 2017 sequence?

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I branched this to a new discussion and renamed the title.

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Thank you.  I'm still trying to understand how to use this community forum:)

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