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Keyframes don't line up properly when using time remapping

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If I apply time remapping and then add an effect, the timings for the effect will be off. To me, it seems that premiere is using the clip's displayed frame as the timing for the effects. The effect controls panel shows the expected result - it is using the timeline's time to see how the effect should be applied. I don't think this is intended because the footage and the effect controls panel display different things.

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Pretty much any time you apply time-remapping, nest after remapping, then apply effects. That typically sorts it out. Although occasionally it may work better to apply the effect, nest the clip, then apply time work.

 

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Keyframes don't line up properly when using time remapping

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If I apply time remapping and then add an effect, the timings for the effect will be off. To me, it seems that premiere is using the clip's displayed frame as the timing for the effects. The effect controls panel shows the expected result - it is using the timeline's time to see how the effect should be applied. I don't think this is intended because the footage and the effect controls panel display different things.

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Correct answer by R Neil Haugen | Adobe Community Professional

Pretty much any time you apply time-remapping, nest after remapping, then apply effects. That typically sorts it out. Although occasionally it may work better to apply the effect, nest the clip, then apply time work.

 

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try nesting the clip after you've done the time remapping and then applying the effect to the nest in the containing sequence.

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Pretty much any time you apply time-remapping, nest after remapping, then apply effects. That typically sorts it out. Although occasionally it may work better to apply the effect, nest the clip, then apply time work.

 

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Thanks! It worked.

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