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How to Zoom in and then back out in a clip?

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How to Zoom in and then back out in a clip?

Postby GlennLever » Wed Jan 23, 2019 2:12 pm

I have two questions?

1) how do you zoom in inside a clip and then zoom back out to the original size of the clip?

2) When you select timeline and then default transition it also applies a audio transition which I do not want. How do I stop that.

Bonus question, once a clip has been resized (the frame stretched to only show a portion of the video or get closer), how do I get the frame to resize back to the original frame size?,
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Re: How to Zoom in and then back out in a clip?

Postby Steve Grisetti » Wed Jan 23, 2019 3:37 pm

1) You can zoom in and out on a clip or photo by using Motion keyframes. You can see the basics in our free Basic Keyframing tutorial.
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2) I believe you'll have to right-click on your video clip on the timeline and select the option to Unlink Audio and Video to apply a transition to the video only.
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Re: How to Zoom in and then back out in a clip?

Postby GlennLever » Thu Jan 24, 2019 3:47 pm

Steve Grisetti wrote:1) You can zoom in and out on a clip or photo by using Motion keyframes. You can see the basics in our free Basic Keyframing tutorial.

I will check this out Thanks

2) I believe you'll have to right-click on your video clip on the timeline and select the option to Unlink Audio and Video to apply a transition to the video only.


so....unlink all audio, group then to gather and unlink (can that be done?), apply the transitions to video, and then reluink the audio? Currently I add transions individually and when I drag the video transision over it only does the video. (I generally have a lot of clips in a movie.

Is there a way to attach a picture (not a link).

I did not get a e-mail notice of your reply, where is the settings to set up e-mail notifications?
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Re: How to Zoom in and then back out in a clip?

Postby Steve Grisetti » Thu Jan 24, 2019 3:59 pm

You can attach a picture by selecting the Upload Attachment tab below the box where you are typing your reply.

Under the Options tab under the box where you are typing your reply, you'll find a checkbox labeled "Notify me when a reply is posted."
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Re: How to Zoom in and then back out in a clip?

Postby Chuck Engels » Thu Jan 24, 2019 9:52 pm

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Re: How to Zoom in and then back out in a clip?

Postby GlennLever » Tue Jan 29, 2019 9:40 am

I am still unable to find the setting to send notifications to my e-mail address

Latest YouTube-suggestions on making it better? Is there a YouTube viewer (I tried the youtube tab above)

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Re: How to Zoom in and then back out in a clip?

Postby Steve Grisetti » Tue Jan 29, 2019 10:27 am

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You'll find the option to be notified when a reply is posted.
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