I just checked another thread http://www.proshowenthusiasts.com/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=15530 about to apply "Ken Burns" effect, like the mac iphoto "Ken Burns" slideshow effect . However, there is a problem when i apply the same effect under the ProShow Gold. The slideshow setup as HD TV format (1920*1080) 16:9, most of the photo as 4:3. The problem is when using the zoom effect "Slide>Randomize>Randomize monition effects>zoom", the zoom effect is start from outside of the photo. So the black color background will be showed under the slideshow. Is that anyway to control the effect start inside of the photo?
This is the sample what i did:
There are a couple of keys to doing the Ken Burns effect (which he did NOT invent but to which he brought much attention to with his Civil War series): pan and zoom fairly slowly. At the same time, have some point of interest to which you are panning. That is, do not have motion merely for motion sake; It has to have meaning.
Now, the problem in Gold is that the start and end times for the slide is all you get. So you must work within those limits. If you need to change direction or hold zoom for a while ... you need to add another slide and then match the end settings of the previous slide with the start settings of the next slide ... do what you're going to do ... and then add another slide to continue (again, matching ending to starting settings).
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