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Old May 22nd, 2007, 04:58 PM   #1
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Track motion question...

Sorry if this is a dumb'n...

I have a picture that I want to zoom down onto, and then at the end, I want it to rotate about 45 degrees.

But....the drag-points always disappear the moment I insert a new keyframe. is there some basic thing I'm missing ;) I'm normally a Premiere person, but I've had to use Vegas for another project, and while some of it is intuitive, some of it just isn't :D

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Old May 22nd, 2007, 05:05 PM   #2
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You might be better off using the PAN/CROP feature to do what you want to do. Also you can adjust the amount of zoom of the workspace so you don't lose the handles. Remember that in PAN/CROP to make the image larger you have to close in on it-to make it smaller make the PC box larger-to rotate set the angle you want at that keyframe.
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