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January 10, 2012 at 11:40 AM #47462AnonymousInactive
I have a question about something that I am trying to achieve in PE9.
I have a clip that I would like to ‘rotate’ into the frame and was wondering how I could do this. If I might explain:
If you can imagine the action of a clapperboard, you might have an idea of the effect I’m trying to attain.Essentially, I’d like the clip to start offscreen on the right hand side of the frame, At this point, the clip would be rotated 90 degree clockwise. Over the a next couple of seconds, I’d like it to ‘crash’ down into the frame, rotating around the lower, right corner so that it ends up filling the frame and the correct way up :-). I thought it would be fairly easy to do this with a few adjustments around the anchor points but I seem to be having no luck as whenever I move the anchor point, the entire clip seems to move rather than just adjusting the point at which I’d like it to rotate.
What am I missing??
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
January 10, 2012 at 12:10 PM #195580FX1shooterMember
For the direction : try setting another marker at the end (were you want it to stop).
For the rotation: you also need an anchor point and ending point
January 10, 2012 at 12:47 PM #195581AnonymousInactive
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