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Pan and zoom - scene attached.
I used zooming and panning in a video. After a few days, I had to change the video and added a scene and some extra time. As I was forgotten that I used a pan and zoom effect in a particular scene later in that video, I rendered it without really reviewing the whole video. Later on, when looking at the end-result I did see that there was a pan and zoom in the video, but to my surprise, it was not on the original place where I originally positioned it to be. I had been shifted due to the extra time added. So I had to reposition the pan and zoom effect on the correct place again and for doing that I had to shift it manually over quite some distance back to its original position. In fact, if you use multiple pan and zoom effects in a video, and you later add time or scene you can end up with lots of work rebuilding all pan and zoom effects in that video. Suggestion: It should be possible to anchor pan and zoom effects to a scene position, so if you add time or scene the zoom and pan effect stays on the position in the scene you have originally positioned it. --> raised a defect for that with a screen recording in https://support.doodly.com/en/support/tickets/723226


Eric shared this idea 09/03/20 15:18
Eric 09/03/20 15:19
Alistair Feakes 24/02/21 13:44
Without this it is very difficult to create any scenes with a pan and zoom.
[email protected] 31/10/20 18:21
Everything currently is "Locked to the timeline" (pan/zoom, music audio, voiceover audio). It would be a good feature to be able to "lock to the scene" all of these items. I see it as a right click, and select "Scene Lock" as a toggle. If the "Scene Lock" is untoggled, leave the item where it is, but "locked to the timeline".
Steve 23/11/20 12:10
Agree with this.
Joe Raphael 12/02/21 13:34
Joe Raphael 12/02/21 13:36
yes, please implement some way out of having to re-synch every time you change one scene's length!
Joe Raphael 12/02/21 13:36
yes, please implement some way out of having to re-synch every time you change one scene's length!