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Speed Options not converted correctly from PTE5.6 to PTE9 [SOLVED]

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I have an old project, originally made in PTE5.6  beta 7  that I am updating in PTE9

There is a Zoom on an object which was set up with speed options to give a smooth zoom between keyframes 2, 3, 4 & 5  with keyframes 1, 6 & 7 being Linear.
The speed options are set on Zoom & Rotate
But the options on Pan was left at linear for all keyframes
I know we needed to set the same options on all of Pan, Zoom & Rotate even if only one parameter was affected., but it did work smoothly.

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When this project is opened in PTE9 it only has a speed modifier on keyframe 2 and the zoom is jerky.

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Not really a problem as I have sorted it by unticking the Zoom & Rotate boxes on keyframes 3,4 & 5 & it now zooms smoothly.
Keyframe  6  then has a tick in the xoom & Rotate boxes to turn off the modifier.

Just thought you should be aware of this in case anyone else has problems.

 

Jill

 

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Hi Igor,

Thanks, Yes that worked correctly, opening & saving in PTE8 then open in PTE9.

I will try to remember that if I work on any more old projects.

Jill

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Jill,

Glad that it helped.

This problem might happen because the project initially was created in a Beta version. 

PTE 9 includes many changes in the format of .pte project file. Any project created in Beta versions of any previous versions, better to Re-Save in PTE 8 and then open in PTE 9.

You can check .pte file in Notepad. Line No. 3 shows PTE version:

PteVersion= ...

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3 hours ago, Igor Kokarev said:

You can check .pte file in Notepad. Line No. 3 shows PTE version:

PteVersion= ...

Yes that is how I knew what version it was.

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