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Old October 10th, 2007, 03:38 PM   #1
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Keyframe values in Premiere Pro 2.0

In Premiere Pro 2.0, I've noticed that when animating between two keyframes, the animation actually starts ON the first keyframe. For instance, if you were to rotate a title 360 degrees between two keyframes, with the first keyframe's value set to zero rotation, when the Current Time Indicator is sitting on the first keyframe, the rotation property value is zero, but you can see that the title is already starting to rotate.

This is not true for a program like After Effects, where the rotation would truly be 0 at the first keyframe, and the rotation would start in the NEXT frame.

Just something I've noticed, and wondered if Premiere CS3 is the same as 2.0, of if they fixed it to work "normally" like After Effects.
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