Pan and Zoom has no customizability?

New Here ,
Oct 28, 2020

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I'm making a video in premier rush and wanted to use the pan and zoom feature for a still image, but it seems there is no way to tell it where to zoom or pan? It seems to only have an on/off option with an empty drop down menu, and is zooming in on an area of my image that makes no sense. Is this a bug? Or is the tool just not finished being built? 

 

Also, I know this has been mentioned elsewhere, but saying "included with your subscription" before downloading, and then only allowing three exports feel extremely misleading. 

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Adobe Employee , Dec 07, 2020
petergaraway Adobe Employee , Dec 07, 2020
Hello!   New today we released version 1.5.40 of Rush and added a few extra goodies to the Pan and Zoom feature. You can now select the start and end points of this effect on still images, as well as change the scale and position as needed.   Happy editing!   Peter 

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Adobe Employee ,
Oct 30, 2020

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Hi there!

We appreciate you writing in. This release lets you add motion to an image with one click. Our next Pan and Zoom update is coming to Rush later this year, and it will include more customization options and the ability to apply the effect to multiple clips at once. 

Which Creative Cloud plan do you have?

Thanks,

Kartika

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Hello!

 

New today we released version 1.5.40 of Rush and added a few extra goodies to the Pan and Zoom feature. You can now select the start and end points of this effect on still images, as well as change the scale and position as needed.

 

Happy editing!

 

Peter 

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