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Old 05-26-2016, 04:38 PM   #1
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Is there any way to have the keyframe timings in a Layouter effect scale to the duration of a clip? Example: Centered Push from 100% to 200% over the duration of the clip. I did this on a 5 sec clip, saved as preset, then applied to a 2 sec clip. Zoom didn't finish. Perhaps I remember incorrectly that earlier versions would scale the keyframe timings?
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Old 05-26-2016, 10:32 PM   #2
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only in EDIUS6 and earlier when using 3D PIP
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Thanks Anton. I probably just never ran into the use case since using 6.
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Though you can grab all of the key frames and drag them to correspond to your clip duration.
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Though you can grab all of the key frames and drag them to correspond to your clip duration.
yes, and you only need to drag the topmost keyframe and all below will follow
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But keep in mind it works for two keyframes only (drag the first or last keyframe with respect on what clipside you have lengthen the clip).

IMO (IIRC): If there are three or more keyframes you can not scale them autom. proportionally over the new clip-length.
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