Using the Motion effect with keyframes


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Using the Motion effect with keyframes

In this tutorial, we are going to put still images in motion. We are going to apply the Motion effect and keyframes to make still images zoom or pan. If you want to follow along, open up the 08-motion project. You have probably seen this kind of effect in use in PBS documentaries so much so that it's now called the Ken Burns Effect, because of his documentaries in particular on the Civil War. But we are going to take this still photograph and we are going to zoom in on part of it and pan across it. Now when you work with still images like this, you really want to have the image resolution be larger than the TV resolution. The image resolution for a TV is typically 728 pixels across and 480 pixels down. So you want your image to be larger than that so when you zoom in, it retains its clarity, its sharpness.

To see the size of this particular image, I just go over here to the Project view and right click on the Image icon and go to Properties and notice that it says it's about 20...

Using the Motion effect with keyframes
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Using the Motion effect with keyframes provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Jeff Sengstack as part of the Premiere Elements 7 Essential Training

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