During transitions only half of the image or text is being shown

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During Transitions only half of the image or text is appearing. I am just creating some demo videos with the trial version to see if this software is a good fit for what our company needs, not sure if that makes a difference. Here are a couple pictures of the issue. The first is of the image only showing partially during the transition. The second picture is of the Text under the display screen which should read Touch Screen Display not just Tou.  

This happens during any transition both in and out, on text and images. I have tried different transitions, all do the same thing. Once the transition effect is complete the whole image or text appears.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Thank you in advance.


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Posted 7 months ago

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Brian Nystrom

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What transitions have you tried? Does the problem happen with something simple like "fade through black"?

It would be helpful if you could include your timeline in the screen shots.

It might be helpful to know what hardware and OS you're running, as well.
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Thanks for the fast response Brian.

I went into try using Fade Through to Black, and it made the issue obvious. When using the Zoom-n-Pan I moved the X axis off center. Though the videos looked center the effects were not centered. I was able to center both, then readjust my Zoom effect and it fixed my issue. 

Also, thanks for the tips on information I should be using when posting a question such as OS...

Hope you have a great day keep up the good work!

 
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I'm glad to hear that your problem is solved!

When you combine transitions, animations, grouping and such, things can get pretty complicated and as you saw, the result may not be what you expect. I'll have to keep your example in mind in case I encounter it in the future.