Zooming In Across All Clips Without Reframing Every Segment?

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I've been working on a camtasia project and I'd like to use the zoom feature to cut out unneeded details across the project. My problem is when I add a zoom feature at the beginning of my project, as soon as it hits another clip segment, it zooms out and I have to add another zoom action to the beginning of that clip. My problem with this is that at the beginning of each fragment you still see a brief moment where the camera is not zoomed in. Is there any way around this?
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Hi, you might right click on the clip having the correct zoom you want to copy on another clip, then click on "copy visual proprties", then right click on the clip you want to paste it and "paste visual properties".
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Thomas C

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Thanks, I'll give it a try.
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Thomas C

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If anyone's every wondering about this in the future all you have to do is group them.
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Hello,
Yes, grouping would be the most efficient way.

But, if you have made the cuts and/or splits on a single clip to create several different clips, you can right-click and choose to stitch them back together.

So, use:
  • Grouping for "non-related" clips
  • Stitching for "related" clips formed from one original source clip
I hope this helps!
Kelly
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Roger that. Thanks for the extra info.

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