why have my still pictures zooming in and moving?

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I am trying to create stop start animation with picture stills. so far this has been fine, but have done an update and my still pictures move! it is driving me mad! please help as this is important for my work.

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Hi lucy5C35. As you discovered, the movement of your photos is due to the Pan & Zoom feature, which is now auto-applied to photos (except if they're small or have an alpha layer).

At the moment, Rush does not have an option to not auto-apply this effect. Adding that option is on our to-do list. We are releasing this feature incrementally as we complete various pieces of it. We debated whether to turn on auto-apply before the switch to turn it off was added, and we obviously decided to do so. Our apologies that this has proven troublesome in your case.

Can you elaborate on what you mean by "create stop start animation with picture stills"? Does the Pan & Zoom feature let you achieve what you want to do, or are you talking about something else entirely? Have you discovered that you can edit the P&Z effect? If not, here's what to do:

  1. Select a single photo in the Timeline
  2. in the Effects panel on desktop or an iPad, click Pan and Zoom. This twirls open that section, which is the key to getting into the P&Z edit mode. On a phone, tap Motion in the Effects panel, then tap Pan & Zoom.
  3. in the Monitor, drag the corners of the Start an End boxes to resize them, and drag from inside a box to position it.

 

When you're in the P&Z edit mode, the Monitor shows only the selected photo, and it does not reflect any position, cropping, or color changes that you've made to it. To preview the P&Z animation, you can either scrub the clip or click play. When you're done adjusting the effect, close the Effects panel to return the Monitor to its regular mode.

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why have my still pictures zooming in and moving?

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I am trying to create stop start animation with picture stills. so far this has been fine, but have done an update and my still pictures move! it is driving me mad! please help as this is important for my work.

thank you 

Hi lucy5C35. As you discovered, the movement of your photos is due to the Pan & Zoom feature, which is now auto-applied to photos (except if they're small or have an alpha layer).

At the moment, Rush does not have an option to not auto-apply this effect. Adding that option is on our to-do list. We are releasing this feature incrementally as we complete various pieces of it. We debated whether to turn on auto-apply before the switch to turn it off was added, and we obviously decided to do so. Our apologies that this has proven troublesome in your case.

Can you elaborate on what you mean by "create stop start animation with picture stills"? Does the Pan & Zoom feature let you achieve what you want to do, or are you talking about something else entirely? Have you discovered that you can edit the P&Z effect? If not, here's what to do:

  1. Select a single photo in the Timeline
  2. in the Effects panel on desktop or an iPad, click Pan and Zoom. This twirls open that section, which is the key to getting into the P&Z edit mode. On a phone, tap Motion in the Effects panel, then tap Pan & Zoom.
  3. in the Monitor, drag the corners of the Start an End boxes to resize them, and drag from inside a box to position it.

 

When you're in the P&Z edit mode, the Monitor shows only the selected photo, and it does not reflect any position, cropping, or color changes that you've made to it. To preview the P&Z animation, you can either scrub the clip or click play. When you're done adjusting the effect, close the Effects panel to return the Monitor to its regular mode.

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i have worked this out now but it is very convelouted and annoying! for some reason in effects, the pan and zoom button has been switched on and i have to manually turn it off on all stills! this is very time consuming! does anyone know how to turn it off for all?

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Hi lucy5C35. As you discovered, the movement of your photos is due to the Pan & Zoom feature, which is now auto-applied to photos (except if they're small or have an alpha layer).

At the moment, Rush does not have an option to not auto-apply this effect. Adding that option is on our to-do list. We are releasing this feature incrementally as we complete various pieces of it. We debated whether to turn on auto-apply before the switch to turn it off was added, and we obviously decided to do so. Our apologies that this has proven troublesome in your case.

Can you elaborate on what you mean by "create stop start animation with picture stills"? Does the Pan & Zoom feature let you achieve what you want to do, or are you talking about something else entirely? Have you discovered that you can edit the P&Z effect? If not, here's what to do:

  1. Select a single photo in the Timeline
  2. in the Effects panel on desktop or an iPad, click Pan and Zoom. This twirls open that section, which is the key to getting into the P&Z edit mode. On a phone, tap Motion in the Effects panel, then tap Pan & Zoom.
  3. in the Monitor, drag the corners of the Start an End boxes to resize them, and drag from inside a box to position it.

 

When you're in the P&Z edit mode, the Monitor shows only the selected photo, and it does not reflect any position, cropping, or color changes that you've made to it. To preview the P&Z animation, you can either scrub the clip or click play. When you're done adjusting the effect, close the Effects panel to return the Monitor to its regular mode.

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super glad i found this thread as it was driving me bonkers. did a background in PS, placed into RUSH and it was wrong size initially due to what i just found out is the AUTO pan feature turned ON automatically.  Easy to turn off but no idea why you would AUTO this feature, anyway thanks for the solution....! 

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