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Re-assign center of an unevenly cropped clip

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Oct 04, 2020

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Cropping a clip off center cause the rotation to appear to be off-center - it’s still rotating on the un-cropped clip center. It also makes scaling and animations uneven. Is there any way to move the center registration so that a off-center cropped clip rotates on the new center?
 
I found a way to do it by nesting the clip but I'm working with other clips and that'll be cumbersome at best.
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Correct answer by Steve Griffiths | Adobe Community Professional

Use the 'Anchor Point' tool in your effects control panel to re-centre your cropped layer to the middle of the screen. Your rotations will now work from the new anchor point. 

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Re-assign center of an unevenly cropped clip

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Cropping a clip off center cause the rotation to appear to be off-center - it’s still rotating on the un-cropped clip center. It also makes scaling and animations uneven. Is there any way to move the center registration so that a off-center cropped clip rotates on the new center?
 
I found a way to do it by nesting the clip but I'm working with other clips and that'll be cumbersome at best.
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Correct answer by Steve Griffiths | Adobe Community Professional

Use the 'Anchor Point' tool in your effects control panel to re-centre your cropped layer to the middle of the screen. Your rotations will now work from the new anchor point. 

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Use the 'Anchor Point' tool in your effects control panel to re-centre your cropped layer to the middle of the screen. Your rotations will now work from the new anchor point. 

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