- Getting Started
- Basic Editing Tips for Mac
- Add Video Effects
- Advanced Editing Tips for Mac
- Save and Share
- Effects Store
- Remove Watermark for Mac
Pan and Zoom effect, also called Ken Burns Effect, which is used to apply to the video or image and make it slowly zoom in on the subjects of interest and pan from one subject to another. Please follow below instructions to apply it.
1.Drag and drop the video/image to the video track (first line of the timeline).
2.select the video/image, right click and choose Crop and Zoom.
3.Select Pan and Zoom, you will find two frames marked Start in red and End in blue appear over the video clip in the viewer.
3.Select the Start frame, drag and resize it until the beginning of the clip is framed the way you need.
4.Select the End frame by following step3. You can press play button to preview the instant result. If it does not meet your need, you can select Reset to do it from scratch.
5.Press OK button to save the settings.
Note: The switch button at the right bottom of the viewer enables you to swap the start and end area instantly.