This can be done with the base motion tool.
Remove the magnify filter.
Twirl down the motion effect that us there by default. Use the scale parameter to zoom. Set one keyframe to 100% and another to 200% For a more pleaseing effect, right click on the last keyframe and choose Ease In.
Thanks for the superfast reply. Unfortunately that isn't exactly what I was looking for. Should have posted a pic earlier.
I'm trying to get only a small spot zoomed. With that Scale option, it zooms the whole video.
I could duplicate the video, scale it and then crop it, but then I would also have to add Feather filter to it (Wich btw didn't work. Quessing the filter don't understand that its been cropped and therefor won't "reach" the edges).
Heres a sample what I'm looking to achive:
Only a small portion of the video to be zoomed smoothly for few seconds with feathery edges and then fade away.
The Magnify filter has all the settings that I need. I just don't know why it won't follow the keyframe settings.
All its settings has the option to add keyframes. Doubt that they would be there, if they had no effect. I'm fairly sure that the error is me
Hmm. Now I did it again like before and it worked fine. But then I tried to add some Gausian Blur to it, that didnt work. I have no idea what I'm doing wrong. Feels like the filters beeing just randomly affected by the keyframe settings. Must be some simple wrong selecting or something.
Sry if double posting isn't allowed.
Thanks anyways. I appreciate the help!
The Gaussian Blur needs to at the top of stacked effects, between Time Remapping and Magnify in order for it to work.