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  1. My project options is 16:9 which I think equals 1920 x 1080. I want to publish to mp4 and the dialog shows video of 1800 x 1200. Should I change this to 1920 x 1080 ?
  2. deniseb & wideangle ... thank you.
  3. Still have blue shaded area with photo.
  4. Thanks Dave ... here's test image.
  5. Zoom value is set to 100%. If I change to px, it does show as 1920 x 1080. I'm curious as to what the blue shaded section is for ?
  6. My project size is 16:9. I imported a test image of 1920 x 1080. Why / what is that blue section within the 1920 x 1080 image ?
  7. Wow ... I missed that too. Thank you very much for taking the time.
  8. Thank for the links Lin. I was amazed by the "What Can I Do" link. Did not realize this program could do all those things. Wish there was a book or course that showed how to accomplish those advanced features.
  9. I agree, same amount of steps ... but unnatural order. ( to me anyway ) Still think it would be a nice and useful feature. Thanks for the replies.
  10. Thanks for the explanation DG ... got it to work. It seems that being able to just copy / paste keyframes from image to image would be a good feature ... yes/no ? Certainly easier than the steps you outlined above ... ?
  11. Is this done in the Q&A screen ? As I've tried copying and pasting the first image ... then choosing the copy, and changing the image from properties, but it changes the 1st image also.
  12. Below is a partial section of keyframes from the wedding style. Do all these keyframes have to be input manually ? or Is there a way to copy keyframes from one image to another, then just move them over a little ?
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