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Hmmmm. I wish I had an answer for you but I really have no idea why it would do that without actually seeing it. I have moved images many times in different formats, resolutions etc. and it always comes out perfect (as it should). After Effects can seem overwhelming at first and it does take time to get used to it. Once you do, though, you will use it all the time! Once you get the basic idea of how it works, you can do anything in the world you want since the same principles work throughout the entire program. In fact, if you’ve used keyframes in Premiere, After Effects is actually easier to use ketframes in. Way more control. Sorry to ramble. I love AE.