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Thread: Keyframing Perspective Changes

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    Default Keyframing Perspective Changes

    This may sound real dumb, but how the hell can I key frame a perspective like the one in the picture below in After Effects:



    I can keyframe fine, I can skew fine, I can do every single other perspective change fine except make it look like that??? What am I doing wrong? In Photoshop etc. i'd simply select free transform on the object and then hold ctrl and drag the top right corner, which would resize just that side of the image.

    I must be missing something really stupid, so sorry for the question, but thanks for whoever can tell me what I'm doing wrong here.

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    Filter>Perspective>Cornerpin. There you can keyframe the positions of the corners. I think that's what you're looking for.

    Peace

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    Nah, got there in the end, I discovered how to use cameras! Haha.

    Thanks xxx

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