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James Lawson-SmithScale & Position Will Not Keyframe
by on Jun 16, 2011 at 9:13:17 pm

I am working on a project for a client and they have now requested that part of it be made to go full screen. The footage in question is a time-mapped nested sequence. For some reason it will not let me set key-frames to change the positions or scale. It will only let me change it across the entire project.

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Alex UdellRe: Scale & Position Will Not Keyframe
by on Jun 17, 2011 at 1:51:05 pm

So you have a sequence as a layer in a timeline...and that layer is time mapped?

they want the footage to go full screen or the whole nest to go full screen?


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James Lawson-SmithRe: Scale & Position Will Not Keyframe
by on Jun 17, 2011 at 9:36:28 pm

I need to scale up the nested sequence from 70% to about 80% and then back to 70%.



See Screenshot above. I need to make the Slide on the right bigger to fill the frame and also change position. I can fade out the presenter no problem.

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Jon BarrieRe: Scale & Position Will Not Keyframe
by on Jun 18, 2011 at 7:28:18 am

Are you sure you hit the keyframe stop watch icon to begin the animation of the properties? Consecutive changes to that property will auto-create a keyframe.

1st to set as "we have this property from prior to this point" the 2nd keyframe will apply itself and be the "I will now be this value, a 3rd keyframe would act as a "kept value to this point" then the 4th is the final value destination.

Sorry if you are sucking eggs here...

JB

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James Lawson-SmithRe: Scale & Position Will Not Keyframe
by on Jun 18, 2011 at 7:52:32 am

It is ok. I know from past experience myself never assume anything.

I have another screenshot just to show the keyframes in place. Notice how the number is larger than the original 70% but on screen the slide is the same size.



It should be one of the simplest things to do but for some reason it is being a nightmare.

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Jon BarrieRe: Scale & Position Will Not Keyframe
by on Jun 18, 2011 at 8:08:11 am

Perhaps this is indeed a bug. Have you tried to nest the time mapped clip? Perhaps even cut the section you want to affect and nest that section only, then apply the scale position animation?

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James Lawson-SmithRe: Scale & Position Will Not Keyframe
by on Jun 18, 2011 at 4:23:49 pm

Yes I have tried to nest the time mapped sequence. I have also rendered out the sequence and imported as a MOV and still the same thing.

I will try cutting out the bits I need to change settings for and see if that works.

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Alex UdellRe: Scale & Position Will Not Keyframe
by on Jun 20, 2011 at 1:36:00 pm

ok this makes no sense.

You rendered out a clip, reimported it and you can't scale/repo that one?


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James Lawson-SmithRe: Scale & Position Will Not Keyframe
by on Jun 20, 2011 at 1:48:24 pm

Tell me about it, lol.

I have however come with a solution.

First I timemap the slide sequence then for the bits I want to scale up I cut those bits using the razor tool then I nest that part and apply scale and position keyframes.

Still can not figure out why it would not work any other way.

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