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  1. Maybe I'm doing something wrong, but when I try to use the pan and zoom tool, it doesn't seem to be working right. There is a plus on the right hand side of the zoom adjustment, and a minus on the left hand side. With previous versions, I used to be able to press the plus or minus to make fine adjustments to the amount of zoom I wanted to use. With NXT 5, and actually, with my previous version NXT, the plus and minus have no effect. I can grab the slider bar to adjust the amount of zoom, but that's it. I can use the presets as well. HP Envy h8-1435 with Windows 10 64 bit, Intel Core i5-3470 3.20 GHz, 10 GB system memory, 2 Tb Hard Drive NVIDIA GeForce GT620 with 4,043 Mb memory.
  2. New, but learning fast.... I have a segment that contains a still photo as a background and a video overlay in the foreground. I would like to zoom out the background photo, but complete the zoom after 6 seconds, and then have the photo remain at that zoom level for 30 more seconds, while the video plays in the foreground.... I'm guessing that key frames are the way to do this, but I have not been able to find how to place a key frame in a photo in the Pan & Zoom Editor, either in the basic or advanced option. Any help? Thanks, vince g.