[v14.8 Windows] Key frames disappear from Effect Controls

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Jan 26, 2021 Jan 26, 2021

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I'm a Premiere Pro newbie and loving it, however I've come across an issue where if I add keyframes to a static image for panning and scaling animation, and then subsequently shorten the length of the image clip on the timeline, the keyframes nearest the end of the clip disappear from the Effect Controls.

 

The clip will still behave as though the keyframes nearest the end of the clip still exist, but I can no longer see nor access them from the Effect Controls. Is there a way I can make them visible again in Effects Controls? As it is, the only solution is to clear all the keyframes from the fx and re-enter them.

 

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Adobe Employee , Jan 26, 2021 Jan 26, 2021
Hello XilburQost, Sorry about this. I share your frustration. What kind of feature would you suggest to fix this? A preference to "move keyframe with trim?" I like the idea, maybe with the option of relative and absolute time capabilities? You can make a feature request here.   To work around this, you can still grab that keyframe that is out of view, move it, and then manually adjust it. You have to disable the "Pin to Clip" function in the Effect Controls panel menu (the one with the three lin...

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Hello XilburQost,

Sorry about this. I share your frustration. What kind of feature would you suggest to fix this? A preference to "move keyframe with trim?" I like the idea, maybe with the option of relative and absolute time capabilities? You can make a feature request here.

 

To work around this, you can still grab that keyframe that is out of view, move it, and then manually adjust it. You have to disable the "Pin to Clip" function in the Effect Controls panel menu (the one with the three lines) in order to do so. Use the zoom slider bar at the bottom of the same panel to shrink the view. The keyframe that went missing can now be viewed and then dragged into the active area for readjustment.

I hope this advice helps you.

Thanks,
Kevin

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