I'm wondering if there is a way to use 'easing' (like in Flash CS5) when I'm moving and/or zooming into or out of an object.
I've got a jpeg that I imported and put on a layer in Premiere CS5 and I start them zoomed way in and am zooming out over about 10 seconds. It seems to start to zoom out very slowly, but as it goes more zoomed out, it appears to speed up. I understand why this happening logically, but can't seem to figure out a way to stop it from happening. I'd like it to zoom out at the same pace no matter how small the image gets. In Flash, I would use easing or something like that. Since it's a still image, not footage, I can't use time re-mapping.
I'm hoping the solution is easy and is staring me in the face...
Thanks for any help!
Welcome to the forum.
The answer is yes.
Once you have done your Keyframing, Rt-click the ones that you wish to adjust. You will be given a complete list of Interpolation methods, depending on the type of Keyframe. For simple Easing, the Ease Out and Ease In are available, but there are more too. I would look at the Help File for Keyframe and Interpolation, for a full discussion of each setting.
Good luck, and hope that this helps,
Thanks - that works great!