> The update for Premiere only mentions something about Facebook
Can you point to what you're referring to?
I meant that people might say that it's a bug and therefore I need to update PP. When I click on update and I get the overview, there's one update for PP which mentiones something about "restoring a Facebook connection" or something. Therefore I don't think it has anything to do with my issue with my mask not following the key frames.
Could you make a screendump of the message and post it here?
Do you mean a screenshot of the update box?
If so, can you tell me how to do that as I can't cut and paste and don't know how to save a screenshot to my harddisk.
I assume its pc.
Hit print screen on the keyboard
paste and save.
Hi Ann, sorry for the late reply. I got the (hidden) message to update anyway, didn't know there was a "learn more" link which actually stated "general bug fixing" or something so I thought I'd give it a try. Updated PPro, restarted my computer but the problem with the mask remains. Here are some screenshots:
You can see my mask and in the effect controls panel you can see that the CTI is way past my keyframe but the picture is still way outside the "wanted" image, a bit later it all of a sudden slips quickly in place but of course it doesn't look nice at all (mind the CTI):
By the way, the image of the guy himself is getting smaller as well at the same time via a simple scale key framing. Here's a close-up of what I'm trying to do:
Your help is much appreciated (and thanks for teaching me the "wonderful" program of Paint.....I knew it had to exist for some reason!),
I am not quite sure, The video is to fit in the mask, yes?
Do you want the mask with the video to move around?
Why is there a transition between the two video's?
The mask says Griekenland: Are you Dutch?
Yes I am Dutch, how do you know? Not a lot of English natives (or any foreigner for that matter) who have mastered our little language!
The video is supposed to fit in the mask so that it looks nice in the "Wanted" image. There's a transition in the video layer because it ends with a still of the guy looking in the camera.
Surprise: am Dutch too. And so is Harm.
But unfortunately we have to keep it English.
You cannot fit the video into the mask without either distorting (which you did by altering the hight and width) the image or cropping. And the latter is your best option imo.
So nest the two clips with the transition.
Draw a white rectangular in the Titler the same size as where the video is suppose to go.
Set track matte to the nested sequence in the main timeline to track 2
Add the wanted poster to track 3.
In the nested sequence itself you scale the video and the freeze frame down (probably to 50-60%) but do not uncheck the uniform scale and set the position.
To get this right drop the mask over the video and drop the opacity so you can see what you are doing, when finished delete or poke the eyeball.
Let me know if that will work for you.
Hooray for Holland!
Just the nesting did the job already, thank you so much! No idea why that is buy hey, it works!