When I create a start and end keyframe for position to a video, the frame after the end keyframe is severely off-camera. Curiosly, however, the position reads the same.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
are you sure there are no keyframes after the end of the clip? If you've trimmed the out of the edit this can happen (this is the voice of experience). try deleting all your keyframes and reapplying them. If you click on the stopwatch in the effects controls to the left of the appropriate parameters, it will ask you if you want to delete all keyframes...
I deleted all the keyframes but the problem continues to occur. Plus, it still displays the same position.
are you sure there isn't a move built into the original clip? But try this, select the clip in the timeline, control click and choose remove attributes and make sure motion is checked and the rest of the items are not.
I've had issues where a clip is repositioned like is happening to you, though only when using Warp Stabliser. In this case rendering the clip in the sequence resulted in it returning to it's correct position - worth a try.
I haven't used the warp stabliser on the video. Plus, rendering it doesn't help either 😞
Hi Confused User,
try this: in the effects control panel, go to the end of the timeline and create a new keyframe. Copy / paste the values of the last keyframe to this newly created. See if the animation goes away.
Best of luck
Alright lads, so problem eventually resolved itself. I tried deleting the video clip and putting back on the timeline. This actually failed the first three times I tried it, however on the fourth try, it worked as intended. However the problem persisted on other video clips as well.
It seemed random as to which clips encountered the bug. So while I don't really have any problems right now, I'm not aware of what the problem is or how to fix it in the future.