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April Raine
How do I link 2 (or more) events together to pan at the same time?
on Jun 21, 2014 at 1:45:53 am

I am trying to zoom (pan in) on a background image, then slide in another image (fade in) then have both of them zoomed out. However, I can't seem to pan both at the same time. I've tried to group them, but then when I do the pan effect, it doesn't effect both, only the one. I've spent the last 4 hours looking online and watching a ton of videos and can't find anything about it. I hope someone here might know.

Thanks.


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Steve Rhoden
Re: How do I link 2 (or more) events together to pan at the same time?
on Jun 21, 2014 at 2:05:59 am

You only need to use the Track motion feature and change
it to 3D Source to achieve that easily. And you can
additionally use a Parent/Child track for further customization.

Steve Rhoden
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April Raine
Re: How do I link 2 (or more) events together to pan at the same time?
on Jun 21, 2014 at 2:37:20 am

I tried that, it doesn't let me manipulate both images (one is an image with alpha) at once, to pan in on both and out of both. However, I FINALLY found somewhere on Sony's site that said that (well for Pro 10 at least) the Pan/Crop tool is event level only and you can't link two events and pan into both at the same time. :( I'll have to figure out another way of doing what I want to do. Thanks for trying.


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Aleksey Tarasov
Re: How do I link 2 (or more) events together to pan at the same time?
on Jun 21, 2014 at 8:18:52 am

Track Motion, as Steve said.
Another way - nested project


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Tyson Onaga
Re: How do I link 2 (or more) events together to pan at the same time?
on Jun 21, 2014 at 8:59:30 pm

If both images are ~the same size and you want the pan/crop to be the same on both images, then you could:

1. Create a nested project
2. Let's say the images are 3240 x 2160 ... change the project properties (dimensions) to be 3840 x 2160
3. Put both images in

4. Put the nested project (1) into your parent project; parent project properties are 1920 x 1080
5. Put p/c events on the nested event

You should be able to "zoom in" to 1620 x 1080 and "zoom out" to 3240 x 2160 (you should have black bars on each side).



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