Is there a way to universally format images in one project?

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May 27, 2021 May 27, 2021

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Sorry if my title makes no sense. I don't know how to quickly summarize what I'm looking for.

 

Basically, I have a number of images that are the same size (printer scans) that I was hoping to line up with each other to highlight minor differences in a video. However, I'm doing everything "free hand," so nothing is snapping or lining up properly (x,y algnment or image rotation). Instead of getting smooth transitions highlighting the differences, I'm getting jarring moves or tilts of the entire image that kill the feel I was going for.

 

I know there are ways to apply more universal filters/ changes to text, so I was wondering if there was something similar for images. Or, even just a way to rotate things 90 degrees/ line it up on the centerline.

 

Thanks for your time!

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Adobe Community Professional , May 27, 2021 May 27, 2021
When you look at the pictures from a picture viewer like Windows Photo Viewer and go next, next, next do they line up there? It's unlikely if they were scanned with a scanner. It's a good use of layers, starting with just the one photo, you can make the changes on a layer, and simply enable (or disable) them as you go.

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Premiere has ruler and guids and a feature called Snap in Program monitor. Use those.

As for rotating you can batch rotate image in de Source tab (former Master clip) by using the Transform effect.

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When you look at the pictures from a picture viewer like Windows Photo Viewer and go next, next, next do they line up there? It's unlikely if they were scanned with a scanner.

 

It's a good use of layers, starting with just the one photo, you can make the changes on a layer, and simply enable (or disable) them as you go.

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