3 Replies Latest reply on Jan 1, 2016 7:45 PM by A.T. Romano

    Vertical Zoom

    fepitch

      I want to zoom to the entire height of a vertical (portrait) picture.  The bounding box in the tools pan and zoom command only seems to provide a box that will cover an entire horizontal image.  Is there a feature or plug-in of which I am unaware that will do vertically exactly what pan and zoom does horizontally? Or is there a way to make pan and zoom change its orientation?

        • 1. Re: Vertical Zoom
          Peru Bob Adobe Community Professional & MVP

          You may want to look into using Expert Mode and use keyframing for the motion property:

          Keyframing

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          • 2. Re: Vertical Zoom
            A.T. Romano Level 7

            fepitch

             

            What version of Premiere Elements, what computer operating system?

             

            The Pan and Zoom Tool will give you space in its workspace related to the description of the project preset and its display aspect ratio.

            What is your project preset?

             

            What are the pixel dimensions of your portrait oriented picture - width in pixels and height in pixels?

            Is your project's Timeline setup with video (of a given format) as well as your pictures in a mix of portrait and landscape oriented pictures?

             

            Please supply details.

             

            Thank you.

             

            ATR

            • 3. Re: Vertical Zoom
              A.T. Romano Level 7

              fepitch

               

              Add On to post 2....

               

              Once your details are posted, we can customized as workflow  (as I mentioned before).

               

              Whether you use the Pan and Zoom Tool or instead to it the older way keyframing Motion Scale for Zoom and Motion Position for Pan, the portrait orientation has its considerations. If the project consists of all portrait oriented pictures and you want a portrait oriented export, that is easy enough to do. Will go into details if that is the case. If the portrait oriented pictures are just part of a landscape oriented workflow, the we will be governed by the details that you will be presenting.

               

              Looking forward to learning of your project details.

               

              ATR