By Jason Boone
Adobe has been busy.
Adobe just released the latest version of Premiere Pro with all of the updates announced back at IBC, and to say there are a lot of new features would be a bit of an understatement. A particularly interesting addition to the Premiere toolset is the new responsive design features in the Essential Graphics panel. Editors now have the ability to pin keyframes to the In and Out points of clips, allowing you to change the duration of clips without having to manually move keyframes. You can also pin layers to other layers for responsive design in relation to position. Let’s take a closer look at how to apply both.
Responsive Design – Time
For this example, I have Position and Opacity keyframes applied to a text layer. I’m using the word France as a title graphic, and the keyframes are animating the text in and out of my shot. My problem is that any time I trim the clip, I must manually move the keyframes as well. The new responsive design feature fixes this problem.
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