Delete frame 2.
Put your playhead where you want the pan to stop in the timeline and hit Add New Frame.
Your pan/zoom workspace should look like this, with a Settings button in the lower left. Click on it and you can set your pan/zoom and hold times.
If you're not seeing it, what is your monitor resolution? In my books, I recommend not using a monitor with a resolution of less than 1920x1080 or the interface may not completely display.
The overall length of your pan/zoom will be based on the duration of the still photo on your timeline -- which by default is 5 seconds. Is your photo stretched out to 20 seconds?
Steve, I am trying to Pan/Zoom a 4K video, not a photo. My monitor is at 4k, and I do have the settings there. However, that is for the default settings, and doesnt seem to have any effect on my custom pan/zoom no matter what I put in there.In your example you have a HOLD option at the top left of the frame, I do not. I am basically trying to do a gradual crop into 1080P to emulate zooming in with a lens, hold at the area, and then slowly zoom back out.
The Pan & Zoom tool is designed to be used with photos, not video. So using it with video can produce some odd issues.
For video, I'd recommend you manually create your own motion paths/pan & zoom using keyframing of the Motion properties in the Applied Effects.
Well, I mean it says right in the screen shot you posted "Create Pan & Zoom for your photos or Videos". I will try out the alternatives you mentioned if the feature is buggy for videos.
Thank you for the help!
Well, it's not buggy, per se, with videos. It just functions differently.