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Thread: Rolling Still Images in Premier CS3

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    Question Rolling Still Images in Premier CS3

    Hello everyone.
    I have four images that I would like to show directly after each other. I want each image to roll as if the viewer is reading it. Imagine a long document (4 pages) and I want it to be like you are reading down the screen.

    I've figured out how to do the roll effect and I put in a dissolve between images. The problem I have which I'm sure is out of lack of experience is this:
    ...Before the time is reached for the next image, the first image repeats part of itself. So you get 1.5 pages before page 2 starts.

    At first I had each of the images next to each other on the same video line. So, I moved them on top of each other (video 1 to video 4) and got it to work. Except that the last one repeats itself before the time runs out.

    When I try to shorten it, it only makes the roll go faster vs ending where I want it to end.

    Can someone help me or point me in the correct direction. I'm a true newbie to Premier.

    Thanks
    Tiffany

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    r u using a roll effect, or r u using keyframes in the effects control panel??!!
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    I'm using a roll effect.

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    here's the thing:
    - put the images on the same track again, one after another, and trim each one to the duration u desire...
    - select the first image (just click on it in the timeline) and go to the effects control window...
    - in this window, u'll find "motion" which is much more precise to deal with such things...
    - set the pointer at the start of the image, and put keyframes for position and scale...
    - move and scale ur image to how u want it to start...
    - set the pointer at the end of the image, and put keyframes for position and scale...
    - move and scale ur image to how u want it to end...
    - do the same to the other images... dissolves are not necessary...

    i know it sounds complex, but once u work it out u'll love it...

    good luck..
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    THANKS! I'm going to try this later today and will keep you posted. I'm very excited....

    Tiff

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    okay.... good luck again....
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