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Willard M
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When using the zoom feature in Pan and Zoom I have trouble trying to hold an exact size of the zoom for a few seconds. Is there some trick to moving the slide bar so the Add button will enable so one can get another keyframe without changing the selected size of the zoom? The Add keyframe is greyed out and it is difficult to hold the exact size of the zoom without changing the size causing the slide to have some movement when shown.

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When using the zoom feature in Pan and Zoom I have trouble trying to hold an exact size of the zoom for a few seconds. Is there some trick to moving the slide bar so the Add button will enable so one can get another keyframe without changing the selected size of the zoom? The Add keyframe is greyed out and it is difficult to hold the exact size of the zoom without changing the size causing the slide to have some movement when shown.

 

 

Hey Williard :) Did you try Steve's video? He shows a good method to use the advanced P&Z. I don't have 2010, so maybe it's different, but if it's like the previous versions, maybe this technique could help you out.Using Pan and Zoon in Advanced Mode

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Hi Karri,

 

I had seen that earlier and but took another look at it to refresh my memory. You will see that in the video that in order to enable the Add button that is is necessary to advance the timing bar some small amount. When you do this the size of the selected zoom increases in size. Not much but when showing the movie there is some amount of movement. I have tried resizing the selected zoom using the plus and minus buttons to try to adjust to the selected size but not able to do this without having the zoom area change. I was looking for some trick that others use that will freeze any given selection and obtain the next keyframe.

 

Thanks for your help

 

Willard

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That is what I have been doing. It would be desirable to be able to freeze a selection by being able to create another keyframe without having to move the time bar. Perhaps Roxio will take a look at this and save us a lot of fiddling. It's not a big problem but the movement when showing the slideshow is not what it could be.

 

Thanks for the help.

 

Willard

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