How do you create a pan and zoom effect, like a video effect, on a picture? The technical term I believe is the Ken Burns effect from a still imagery. I know it can be done in Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro but I want to know if it is possible in Photoshop (CS6). It tried the options using the motion control but all I got was a fade out and fade in between two frames created from my image.Screen capture from Photoshop with the motion control window activated:
I have a smaller picture with a larger cutout of one object and I'm wanting to add some trails or something from the small one in the original to the cutout and I'm not sure how to do this. I've tried the shooting star trails tutorial I found but it just didn't work right for the motorcycle.
I have a Panoramic that I put together of a Manhattan City Scape that consist of 2 rows of 32 images set at a Portriat format.What I want is to take the Panoramic that I have and fit the image centered on a canvas equalling that of my flat screen tv, that being 1920x1080 with black filler at the top and bottom of the image area.I then want to, or atleast was hoping to save "Layers" with each layer zooming in by a percentage of say 103% (for example)... Until eventually that final layer would consist of a fully zoomed in view of the center portion of the panoramic at full resolution. Ultimately I want to burn the final images to a DVD for playback on my Flatscreen showing the entire Pano Zooming in to its center...I was thinking that I could maybe assemble all the layers into an .AVI or something."
the zoom burst effect has stopped working in PSE 12! when I click the zoom burst function the photo distorts as designed but when i click the "add focus area" button on the photo it returns the whole photo to normal without focusing the part selected.I have uninstalled and reinstalled PSE 12 already with no effect.
I would like to create a certain zoom effect, but I can't get it done. I'm working with graffiti photo's. I want to show a wall with several different pieces on it. After a few seconds, a photo showing just one of those pieces appears in an overlay. It is placed at the same spot where its background-twin is located and its resized to match its appearance. That small overlay now has to grow in size so it eventually fits the entire screen. It is however important that, during this 'zoom effect', the background photo remains visible.
I have tried to work with the Picture-in-Picture effect from NewBlue, which sounded like the solution. I managed to get the entire thing done, except for making the background visible during the effect. The resized overlay picture is surrounded by a black screen that covers the background photo and I can't figure out how to make that black surface transparent. It ís possible to make the entire overlay transparent, but that also affects the black color in the photo, which obviously messes it up.
I have a screen splited to 4 and a shoot is played in each one. I would like to put a Filter of Effect that will take one of this pieces and zoom it in till it will fill the complete screen. Just today I noticed a similar video in the Corels site where the introduce the VS X5.
I am building a highlight video for my son who is a wrestler. I had the idea at the beginning to zoom in on one of his sr pics towards his eye. I want a the video to start in his eye but as zooming is complete it will end up full page video.
Problem zoom, when visionage and exporting my videos, they are zoomed while I put the original video settings. However when I put break in the previsualisage video, it returns to its normal size. How do I get it retains its original size and delete this zoom effect ?
I use Photoshop CS2 to create Designs for webpages. These designs have pixel-exact elements, e.g. a 1-pixel-line from top to bottom.
Now when I zoom in (>100, then I have sort of anti-alias, so that the 1-pixel-line isn't only one blue anymore, but it has different blue tones. I guess for photo manipulations etc. this anti-aliasing zoom is great, but for webdesign it sucks because I don't know if only the zoom make the line "corrupt" or if it really is corrupt.
I am working on getting some settings done, moving from 2008 to 2012. How do you set the Middle Mouse Button (wheel) to either Zoom All or Zoom Extents when you double click it? I thought it was set in the Main CUI file.
My keyboard has a zoom key with + and - selections. I use to use this key in drawings to zoom in and out when in the AutoCAD application when we had Windows XP. Now that I have Windows 7 I can't do this. I can't find out how to assign this key on the Microsoft Keyboard interactive software either. I have the other keys assigned as desired.
Can I still use my keyboard zoom key to zoom in and out in drawings? If so, how do I set this up in AutoCAD, or do I need to do this through a Microsoft keyboard application?
I tried searching the forums for this topic but the search thing didn't seem to work.
A friend of mine installed Photoshop CS for me (an upgrade from 7.0) and for some reason I can't use CTRL + and CTRL - to zoom in and out, I have to use the mouse with the zoom tool which slows me down quite a bit over the course of 20 or so photo edits.
Can anyone shed some light on this? I checked Keyboard shortcuts in the preferences menu and they were correct. I've made no other changes to the program.
I'm making some graphics to be printed on a car. I have some lines with outer glow on them, but Illustrator won't render these unless I use 72DPI in raster effects reslution. I would like to go higher, but it won't give me anything. Guessing it's to heavy for Illustrator maybe? Is there anything I can do about this? I'm making my graphics in 1:1 scale, but I do it in a lower scale since it's just vector art anyway, however how would that effect my glow? Since it's a raster effect.
This happens in all versions I have been able to check in - CS5.5, CS6 & CC.
Repro: Import any footage to a new project - any resolution or frame rate. Create new composition from clip. Type in "Crop" in effects search Double click to load it. Result is an effect called "Wigglerama" & "transform" gets loaded instead of the required "Crop" effect
See attached image below - cannot believe I never saw this before
A man has a new picture and duplicated and he zoomed in while the picture is normal. He used the patch tool when I saw the picture automatically patch the normal picture as well. I've a nornal picture and I duplicate and zoomed in to fix but my normal picture doesn't automatically fix . How do I do?
If I zoom with the mouse scroll "alt scroll" then press the down arrow it opens my file menu, this is 100% reproducible. Zoom any other way will not open the menu. I have searched the shortcuts and can not find any shortcut associated with opening the file menu.
It's about two days I am experiencing lag problems with Zoom Tool on Photoshop CC. The strange thing is that the problem appears only two days ago, when instead I've installed OSX Mavericks on my machine about two weeks (the day of the Public Release)
You can notice that from the moment I finished drawing the "zoom square" and the real zoom lapse about 1,5s (same thing for the Scrubby Zoom).
I've tried to uninstall and reinstall Photoshop, disable plugins and reset tool preferences but unfortunately with no success.
Here are my specs: Macbook Air Mid 2012 with i5, 8GB Ram, 128GB SSD Photoshop CC 14.0
I have just recently bought Photoshop, When I use the magnifier, it sometimes zooms on the left mouse button and zooms out on the right mouse button. Other times it doesn't do this. Why does it keep changing and how do I get it to stay on L/R button zoom?
I have just created my new site that has many English teachers on Skype All this was done using Photoshop cs6 but I had the problem with the zoom the whole time!
I have photoshop CS5 and recently my zoom is malfunctioning. I draw on adobe, and more of the time when I zoomed and zoomed out my images still look consistant and smooth. Yesterday, my zoom at 33.3 and 66.7% isn't properly functioning. It distorts the pixels at these zooms, which makes it difficult to see and draw. It used to never do this, and I also didn't change anything in my photoshop to cause a change. Is there anyway I can reset the zoom how it was before? Or reset photoshop?
Recently was forced to switch back to Win 7 from OSX after many years. I have the lastest PS CC on the Win 7 machine with 8 gb of RAM installed and an i5 processor. I haven't used PS on Windows since CS5 maybe CS4.
Admittedly this is not the fastest or best equipped computer in the world but then I am only doing web design at 72 dpi. I do use allot of layers though but that is nothing new.
Whenever I click to zoom in or out the disc starts thrashing and there is a long delay resulting in nothing happening. I have to click to zoom a second or even third time before I can get it to work.
As an example I will use a file that has allot of layers but is 14.1 mb on disc it is 1.3 gb when open. On a Macbook Pro 2011 with 4 gb of RAM I have no issues with zooming with open GL on or off. The Win 7 machine, same file, has significant zooming issues.
I have only one disc in both machines. The Win 7 machine has Mcaffee anti-virus on it but no disc encription. The mac does not have anti-virus installed. I am quite willing to either increase the RAM in the Win 7 machine or get another HD to use as the scratch disc but I don't want to push my boss to make a purchase unless I am sure it will solve the issue and I am not convinced it will.
Would buying hardware solve the issue or would adjusting the preferences somehow solve it. My preferences for performance on both machines are the standard settings PS ships with.