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Split Screen 3 photos with Ken Burns effect

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Hey guys, 

For an intro shot, I want to have 3 pictures in one frame while i add movement to them using Ken Burns effect to make it more exciting, and not boring. I am not sure how to do this.

 

Once I croop the photos and try to add movement by using the motion effect, it just moves the whole image around the screen? I need to, in a sense, lock the image into place, so I can move/zoom/slide the image around, while it is still in its place.

 

I'm wanting to have 1 image take up the top 50% of the screen, and have 2 images take up the bottom 50% of the screen. 25% each, one left and one right if that makes sense.

 

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Split Screen 3 photos with Ken Burns effect

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Hey guys, 

For an intro shot, I want to have 3 pictures in one frame while i add movement to them using Ken Burns effect to make it more exciting, and not boring. I am not sure how to do this.

 

Once I croop the photos and try to add movement by using the motion effect, it just moves the whole image around the screen? I need to, in a sense, lock the image into place, so I can move/zoom/slide the image around, while it is still in its place.

 

I'm wanting to have 1 image take up the top 50% of the screen, and have 2 images take up the bottom 50% of the screen. 25% each, one left and one right if that makes sense.

 

Thank you!

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Add clips to timeline (super imposed)

Nest each clip.

Add crop or mask to each nest. (bottom clip usually does not need cropping or nesting)

Go into each nest and add Ken Burns.

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I have never used nest before, what is that going to do for me? Thank you!

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I need to add a ken burns effect to each picture, so each one of them is moving. But I want the actual picture itself to only take up its half, or quarter, of the screen, and not move around the screen.

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I explained how to accomplice this but if you have no idea what I am talking about, then I think you should  hit F1 and watch some tutorials and master the basics before venturing on Premiere which has a very high learning curve.

 

Elements has build in features for this might want to look into this.

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Look, I just needed a little help. What we use this program for work for is pretty simple and im just trying to spice up the video. I've searched a ton of google links and watched a ton of youtube videos on how to do this with no luck. I have even researched nesting before I responded to you and can't see how that helps in what I am trying to do. I was just asking to get some advice. Not a jerk response from the adobe community "professional".

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Also, when you responded and said "clip" I wanted to make sure you knew I was trying to edit a picture and not a video clip. So I just wanted to clarify.

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