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Unable to see the "Video Effects" within the "Effects Controls" panel

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Hello,

I am attempted to using the 'Motion' feature within the "Effects Control". I would like to use this for motion tracking. I have seen multiple videos of this being done on youtube. Here is one example (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRI1cjM1UHE)

However I see only "Video" and not "Video Effects" and "Video" does not contain the "Motion" drawining tool.

 

The attached picture shows my screen with the circle highlighting where I am not seeing the option. The right hand side of the picture is a screen grab from the previously mentioned youtube tutorial. I have circle the word 'Effects' as this is not what I see.

 

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Can anyone help me please?

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Ann is correct: set your first keyframe, move forward, highlight Motion and then drag the object visually to the spot you like. A new keyframe will be generated automatically.

 

Caveat: this is a very rudimentary form of (manual) motion tracking. You will get far better results if you send the clip to Ae and do your motion tracking there.

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Unable to see the "Video Effects" within the "Effects Controls" panel

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Hello,

I am attempted to using the 'Motion' feature within the "Effects Control". I would like to use this for motion tracking. I have seen multiple videos of this being done on youtube. Here is one example (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRI1cjM1UHE)

However I see only "Video" and not "Video Effects" and "Video" does not contain the "Motion" drawining tool.

 

The attached picture shows my screen with the circle highlighting where I am not seeing the option. The right hand side of the picture is a screen grab from the previously mentioned youtube tutorial. I have circle the word 'Effects' as this is not what I see.

 

Adobe help-01.png

 

 

Can anyone help me please?

KEYFRAME BY KEYFRAME TRACKING AND THE SINGLE CLICK TRACKING! | We will check out how to make a call out title follow a moving object in this video. 💰 Buy the...
Correct answer by Richard van den Boogaard | Adobe Community Professional

Ann is correct: set your first keyframe, move forward, highlight Motion and then drag the object visually to the spot you like. A new keyframe will be generated automatically.

 

Caveat: this is a very rudimentary form of (manual) motion tracking. You will get far better results if you send the clip to Ae and do your motion tracking there.

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You are looking at an old tutorial (2017). Transform icon is long gone. Just highlight the word Motion.

 

When watching tutorials always check which version is used. Things change rapidly.

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Hi @FreddyCQU ,

 

To add to @Ann Bens , this should get you oriented in the newer version.

 

https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/user-guide.html/premiere-pro/using/masking-tracking.ug.html

 

Good luck

mj

 

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Thank you for your response

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Ann is correct: set your first keyframe, move forward, highlight Motion and then drag the object visually to the spot you like. A new keyframe will be generated automatically.

 

Caveat: this is a very rudimentary form of (manual) motion tracking. You will get far better results if you send the clip to Ae and do your motion tracking there.

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Thank you

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