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    I want to zoom and pan on a still image that is a high resolution and I'm trying to use the video layout to add key frames to create this. The problem I have is that I do not know how to control the speed of the pan or zoom. It seems to move to fast even though I 'm only using two key frames. One at the beginning and one at the end of the clip. Any ideas, Thanks

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    How long is your clip?
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    • #3
      Originally posted by GaryJohn View Post
      The problem I have is that I do not know how to control the speed of the pan or zoom. It seems to move to fast even though I 'm only using two key frames. One at the beginning and one at the end of the clip. Any ideas, Thanks
      I like you ... the weakness that has the Video Layout mode is its keyframe that are anything but friendly controls like those in the iMAGINATE.

      and why not use the Canopus IMAGINATE 2.0 is simple enough to use their keyframes can do panning, zooming, rotation, perspective ... all based on original resolution, is easy to control and it can import the project iMAGINATE (*. IVP) created in the same timeline EDIUS 5.
      CSXD2 l For EDIUS Pro 6.5
      http://cinemasuite.blogspot.com/

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Harro View Post
        How long is your clip?
        yes, stretch the clip to be longer and the speed will slow
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        • #5
          the clipis only 3 seconds long

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          • #6
            Do as Anton suggested, lengthen the clip. This will give you more time for the pan or zoom. 3 sec is pretty short if you want to zoom and pan.
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