Pan and Scan Editing Help

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by bgirlkat, May 27, 2008.

  1. bgirlkat macrumors newbie

    bgirlkat

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    Hey everyone!

    I searched for an open thread on this and could not find one, so hopefully someone here can help me out.

    I am working in Final Cut Pro 6 and I am editing a photo montage for a client and I need to zoom in on a few photos and basically pan across etc. (I believe this is called Pan and Scan?) Not sure though.

    I searched in the help and all I could find was to click on the motion button and then another screen is supposed to come up that has some options well when I click on the tiny icon that says motion when I mouse over it nothing happens and I am confused at where else to look for this separate screen/tool window that gives me the options I need.

    So I think I could be halfway there if I can just get that screen up but does anyone know how to access this or how to do this? I need to finish this asap and this is the final thing I am lacking. Someone else on another forum posted something about that in iMovie it does it automatically but I am not using iMovie so can it be done in FCP6? Also I was told that you use Motion for this? It seems that you should be able to do it right there on the timeline somehow....

    Please help very confused and frustrated :mad::confused:

    Thanks!

    Kat
     
  2. catachip macrumors regular

    catachip

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    Vancouver, British Columbia
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