I am currently working on a project and I tried to use keyframes, which won't work. This is the first time using Premiere Pro CC 2018, I never had the problem on the CC 2017 version. But now to my problem: When I create two keyframes, for example getting the opacity from 100 to 0, in the effects panel the opacity changes over time like it is supposed to, but not in the video. Even when rendering the video the effect doesn't happen... It always takes the first keyframe value and then applys it to the video, but no further changes are made by the second keyframe.
I hope I made myself clear...
Uncheck "Composite in Linear Color' in the Project Settings. I'm not at my editing computer now, but I think it is under the General tab.
When Premiere is acting weird best is to trash preferences:
hold down shift+alt while opening Premiere (this shortcut will also reset plugin cache).
Thank you, it worked on the first try!
Same Problem here, but trashing preferences didn't work. Any ideas?
Do you use nested sequences? I had the same problem again when I changed the speed of the video within the nested sequence. Try applying the keyframes to the underlying sequence (if you use nested sequences).
what do you mean man? i have the same problem too. i changed the speed of the video but now when i add keyframes (one at start and one on the end of the piece of video) for slowly zoom in it appears only the last stats of the zoom from the last keyframe. what can i do?
i changed the speed of the video but now when i add keyframes (one at start and one on the end of the piece of video) for slowly zoom in it appears only the last stats of the zoom from the last keyframe. what can i do?
Put the clip that you changed the speed in a new sequence. Then place that new sequence into the main sequence and then apply the zoom keyframes on the clip (new sequence) on the main sequence.
thank you man. it worked. but it is all the video (6mins)... i had cut 5-6 seconds from this video
If anyone is still reading this. I usually never put my input, but I was searching forever for an answer to my problem. Im pretty sure I was having the same issue. Mines was trying to keyframe the opacity to gradually increase but it wasnt working. It would let me set the opacity at the very first keyframe but anything after that wouldnt make a difference. I had the clip time remapped to slow down. Found out I had to Nest it before i could start to do my keyframe work. Hope that helps anyone with the same issue.
Same issue here, nothing appears to fix this for me...
I have tried every "fix" in this thread and every other place. Nothing works. Keyframing an image in a video to have it scale down, then slide across the screen. I set the first keyframe at 100% size, x and y coordinates, and change those numbers for my end keyframes and a few in between. It moves and resizes the picture just fine while setting the keyframes, but when I play it back in the preview, the picture just sits there at its original size.
Yes, I have trashed prefs.
Yes, I have cleared the cache.
Yes, I have tried to nest it.
Yes, I have restarted the program.
Yes, I have rebooted my PC.
Yes, I have plenty of hardware to run this program.
Yes, I have done literally everything the Adobe support community keeps suggesting over and over.
ZERO RESULTS. None. Nada. Zip. Zilch. Squat.
This is a pretty serious bug for a program that is used for keyframing like 90% of the time.
Me too mate. Nothing fixes it. please let me know if you find one
Don't know, if this can solve your problem: If you are in "editing" mode (not panel), make sure, you click the clip you want in the timeline panel. Then look up and to the left, to the source monitor. On top of the source monitor, but within that panel frame, there are several small white infos (right under the "home" symbol. Like: "Source", "Effect Control", "Audio Clip Mixer", "Metadata". Click "Effect Control" there- you should see the keyframe display pop up in all the functions. And keyframes should work. If you only see them in the display (though they should work now) and still don't see them also in timeline clip thumbnails, click the wrench symbol in the timeline and check "show keyframes in video". Hope, this helps. I was just going crazy for an entire afternoon with this.
Thank you for trying to help! Unfortunately this problem is a little more frustrating than just visualizing the keyframes.
The keyframes are showing up, both in the effect control panel, as well as the timeline.
The problem is that the program is refusing to show the animation that you specify (from one keyframe to the next).
I've encountered this problem with almost every edit in the last four months. For most cases, I've found that a simple nest or new sequence will let you continue editing, but this isn't an option if you need to change the positioning or scaling of the clip you're working with.
It's also annoying for workflow when you have to nest everything in order to continue editing.
I just built a new editing PC last summer that ran Premiere animations just fine up until November.
I also encounter the same problems on different PCs that I use for work (even more powerful than mine).
I hope they can figure this out, as it seems a lot of people are having the same issue.
Although this post was dated almost three years prior, the fix worked for me! Spent two hours trying to keyframe a picture and was getting SOOO frustrated. Found this community and Voila. Now, hope it stays fixed. That would be Premiere Pro 2020.
I was going crazy too, and then I realized the problem went away when I shut off the paintbox effect I had on to create a border.
This just deleted all my projects. I saved my project before doing this and I'm very disappointed it was my very first project I worked on for 7+ hours just gone. Anyway I can get it back?