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Your scale or mask keyframes are not linear, most likely. Select them, right-click, set keyframe interpolation to linear. also note, that linear scales look odd to the human eye since the rate of change increases over time. This might also affect your perception of the masking.
I checked all 4 keyframes and they are all already set to linear, I tried changing them around but it didn't seem to work. It definetly seems to be related to the fact that I am trying to scale and change the mask path at the same time, as the scale is also affects the mask path. Is there perhaps a way to disconnect the mask from the object so the mask is no longer being effects by the scale animation?
Thanks for the help so far, I really appreciate it.
Is there perhaps a way to disconnect the mask from the object so the mask is no longer being effects by the scale animation?
Duplicate your layer and use the one with the mask as a track matte for the other.
Thanks for all the help guys, that did the trick