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PostPosted: Sun Oct 14, 2018 3:23 am 
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As you know we can rotate an image clockwise or anti clockwise.
However I like to rotate an image horizontal.
Does anyone have ideas ?

In the image I have provided are three layers.
Water video and moving, wall and lady are separate layers and images.

I am trying to introduce an slight pan by to the left with a camera.

Regards Rob


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 14, 2018 6:01 am 
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Hi Rob,

You could render the three video tracks of the scene, import the new composite clip back into your project, and then use the Frame & Fit editor to add key frames to pan the clip. Of course, you'll have to increase the size of the composite clip (zoom in) to have enough width to pan.

Good Luck,
CappyLee


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 14, 2018 9:32 am 
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Thank you Lee,

I have messed around with the image in AP and chopped up and re edited many times.

Not quite achieving the required results that I wish for.
From memory I need a Lyan 3D app, no longer supported to have more access to say a camera movement.

As I not able to rotate the image left to right in "Frame & Fit editor "

Lee this may help you show you what I wishing to achieve?

I made this video while traveling in Nepal, the statue of the tigers amazed me.

However the person who made them had a terrible contract with the King.
Asked to make these statue Tiger's to ward off evil spirits, upon the last Tiger hand crafted.

Then he has his hands chopped off !



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Very cool. But this kind of thing is way out of my league!


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