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Mask not lining up to where i masked.

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Mask does not line up to where i masked, almost like it scales off the middle, help me!

Do a quick test.

Drag the clip from the bin to the sequence icon, so you have a sequence with the exact settings of the clip.

Create an opacity mask in this new sequence, and check if it's also offsetting.

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Mask not lining up to where i masked.

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Mask does not line up to where i masked, almost like it scales off the middle, help me!

Do a quick test.

Drag the clip from the bin to the sequence icon, so you have a sequence with the exact settings of the clip.

Create an opacity mask in this new sequence, and check if it's also offsetting.

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What version are you on?

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Version 14.5 .0

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Do a quick test.

Drag the clip from the bin to the sequence icon, so you have a sequence with the exact settings of the clip.

Create an opacity mask in this new sequence, and check if it's also offsetting.

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There was a mistake on my half, the sequence and clip setttings were not the same!
But still same offset error.

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Are you applying the mask directly on the clip, with no other effects?

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Also try to nest the clip, and apply the opacity mask on the nest, see if it helps.

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Thanks Sami, I actually followed your first instruction better, I created a new sequence again, by right clicking, new sequence from clip.

 

I had the wrong sequence settings, Sorry, and Thanks for your help.

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