Sorry, I used to use Premiere elements 7. Typo.
On what computer operating system is your Premiere Elements 11 running?
Are you using the Pan and Zoom Tool or some other technique to create your pan and zoom effect for the photo?
In Premiere 7, I would use the 640 X 480 Zoom in on the picture, but it was a fast zoom, so I would then right click the pic that I had applied the zoom and time stretch it to slow down the zoom. It was a nice effect. But now I can apply the same zoom, but I can’t slow it down. It just zooms so fast. When I right click on the picture in PE 11 (like I used to in Version 7) to apply the time stretch, it will not allow me to do so. It just says 100 and won’t allow me to change it. Only on video clips. Just wondering how I can possible slow the zoom time down on the pictures I use. So frustrating.
I am currently using an HP i7 Envy with 16 RAM.
Thanks for any suggestions.
I do confirm your observation on the Time Stretch Speed %/Duration available fields for a still in Premiere Elements 7 vs 11 Presets Horizontal 640 x 480 Zoom In.
If you want to go with Presets rather than manual keyframing of Scale property in Motion Panel expanded, then...
1. Given your 5 second still on the Timeline.
2. Drag the fx Effect Horizontal Image Zoom/640 x 480 Zoom In into the 5 second still on Video Track.
When you do that two Scale keyframes are automatically placed at the beginning and end of the 5 second clip.
3. Change the duration of the clip, with one of the following
a. click and drag to the right the right edge of the clip to increase its duration
b. right click the clip, select Time Stretch, and set the duration to the increased value....if you had been in 7 the Speed% = 50,
then the duration you would find is 10 seconds (00;00;10;00). Here no Speed% visible opportunity, just set the duration = 00;00;10;00.
c. go to Applied Effects Tab/Applied Effects Palette/Motion Panel expanded, and move the 2nd Scale Keyframe to the the right. In this
example at the 10 second mark, the new duration of the clip.
"Presets" has its limitation - pan or zoom instead of pan and zoom, and other. In what needs to be done here, it probably would have been quicker
just to do the Scale keyframing yourself in Motion Panel expanded with the Toggle Animation technique Scale (for Zoom) and Position (for Pan).
There is more to all this, but for now let me know if any of the above could get your through to your goal.
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