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    I'm looking for a simple tutorial about zooming in a clip for Premiere Pro. Can anyone tell me where I could find this?

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    Select the clip in the timeline. Goto the effects controls (Windows > Effectcs Controls). Click on the arrow next to Motion under Fixed Effects to expand. Increase the scale to > 100.

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    Thanks Marc,

    Found it! You are fast! But what I don't understand is that when I come to the window you're talking about, I find the scale height on 110 and the scale width on 100. When I put both numbers on 100 I get a deformed picture. Is there no way to get the height and width in percentages and start let's say with 100% and the change length and width together to for example 150%?

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    Strange. Not sure why that's happening. Have you ticked the uniform scale box? Anyway, if the piture only looks correct in the 110/100 ratio, untick the unifom scale box and maintain the same ratio. If you want to increase the width to 150%, then increase the height to (1+(150-100)/100)*110 = 165 (or to put it more simply (x/100)*110 where x is the new width).

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    OK, thanks a lot. It's clear!

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