What is that?
are you asking what pan and zoom is, or are you asking what a "pan and zoom" button is?
the button is the thing seen here:
that highlighted button isnt showing up when i open premeire.
basically every thing demonstrated in this video is impossible for me to do -- despite it being the same exact program.
That is Premiere Elements...a quite different application to Premiere Pro and that forum will be more helpful to you.
Moved to Premiere Elements forum.
What computer operating system is your Premiere Elements 10 running on? But, the Pan and Zoom Tool should be available in Premiere Elements 10 on Windows or Mac.
In Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 64 bit, there is a pan and zoom icon in both the Timeline and Sceneline workspace, above the Timeline.
The following is the same stretch of above Timeline that you show for 10, but the following screenshot is for version 9.
Excuse the question, but are you sure what version you have? Please confirm under Help Menu/About Adobe Premiere Elements...
We will be watching for your reply.
OK -- does Premiere Elements 9 have pan/zoom functionality?
Thanks for the follow up.
I believe that the Pan and Zoom Tool was new to Premiere Elements 10 Windows or Mac.
Would you want to do your pans and zooms by keyframing the Motion Panel expanded's Scale property (for Zoom) and Position property (for Pan)? For a clip, highlight it, and then go to its Property Palette/Motion Panel expanded.
There are also some pan and zoom presets under Edit header/Effects/Presets. But there you can apply pan OR zoom for one clip, not pan AND zoom.
Elements Organizer 9, Create/Slideshow has a pan and zoom feature which is similar to the Pan and Zoom Tool that was introduced in Premiere Elements 10.
Please let me know if you need more information on the above.
Have you seen the following in thread in which I posted some very basic introductory description of keyframing of Motion Scale (for Zoom) and Motion Position (for Zoom) properties.
In that thread, Premiere Elements 11 and the Applied Effects Tab/Applied Effects Palette/Motion Panel expanded was used to get to Motion Scale and Motion Position properties.
In your case, Premiere Elements 9.0/9.0.1, see Properties Palette/Motion Panel expanded for the selected image to which you want to apply a pan and zoom to arrive at the final workspace which should look the similar, if not the same, in 11 and 9.0/9.0.1.
More details beyond that available if you need them.