Hi Folks, I'm putting together some time lapse video from dSLR source images. I will probably want to be outputting to 720p video, and the individual source frames are obviously a lot larger resolution, like 3872 x 2592. What I've done so far is used Quicktime Pro to save the series of images to one very large .mov, then in the past I've taken these files over to Final Cut Express to sequence my final video. Considering I have a huge amount of pixel data being scaled down to 720p, I was wondering how I could apply a "Ken Burns" style effect on video. I've done KB stuff with still images, but never with video. I'm wondering how people would go about doing that. I'm assuming it would be all scaled in FCE, but in the past I've had pretty lousy quality when scaling video. Are there any tricks? Along the same lines as Ken Burns "zooming" on moving video, I'd also like to consider doing a horizontal (or vertical) pan - I'd keep the same scale ratio, but just move what part is cropped... Thanks! P.S., my first time lapse, done back when I used Windows is here on youtube.