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    Question Srinking a PNG file and moving it

    I'm doing keyframes to zoom out of a png logo.. Anyways how can I zoom out and move it to the top right of the screen? maybe I'm missing something?

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    Subarub,
    see VegasPro/VMStudio Help, 'Panning and cropping video events' and 'crop and zoom a video event'.

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    Keyframing Crop and Zoom can be somewhat confusing...best to have a go on a new project and make sure the still frame you are playing with is sufficient definition to stand enlargement.
    Just remember when the zoom box is small the enlargement is large (you are zooming "in") -

    Text doesn't have this definition problem as there are always more pixels in the Generator.
    Should you want extreme enlargement you'll have to fake it and slip-in a zoomed (camera) Still. Any joins and so on can be masked by motion blur.....good luck.

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    My approach: Use Pan and Crop to size it and Track Motion to move (position) it.
    Tim

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