Issues With Transform Effect
Upon using the new update. The transform effect isn't working like its supposed to. You can scale up higher than 300 which is something you couldn't do in the past, but as soon as you add your own shutter angle, everything is destroyed. This needs to be fixed because I have a lot of projects with the transform effect as transitions.
Andreas Urra commented
This bug still exists. Animating scale and rotation will go haywire once the shutter angle is different than 0.0
marc cifelli commented
are you talking about the resolution quality drastically lowering? if so im actually having this issue on pp 15.4 on my new m1 imac!! im gonna be talking with a senior dev about it today because even with out a shutter angle adjustment it still looks wonky! will report back if this is still an active issue.
The Flying Dutchmen commented
This issue was never resolved? I still have it...
Dave Patterson commented
I very often get crashes when adding motion blur with the transform effect. That is really annoying, as adding motion blur is the main reason I want to use the transform effect.
Matt Badger commented
How we doing on this Adobe?
Based on the fact that Nesting is a work around. I'll bet it has something to do with the resolution of the clip not matching the resolution of the timeline, similar to why Warp Stabilizer didn't work before.
Can you fix this please? Thank you!
I worked with Adobe support on this issue as whenever I would edit the transition's duration, it would become a scrambled mess and not actually cross zoom. They told me to clear the project cache, which worked. You go to:
edit>preferences>media cache>delete unused
Trent Happel commented
Transform effect Scale issues are being investigated. Thank you for the report.
1. Nest Clip
2. Re-apply 'Transform'
Shutter angle bug fix has worked for every clip I've tried it on.
I have the same issue. Hope it can be sorted because this effect is great. It won't let me render. or export with this effect on. Sort it out Adobe.
Darren Manden commented
I've been running into this as well. It pretty much renders Transform useless, and I'm back to round-tripping the clip through AE for motion blur.
It was so nice before 12.1/12.1.1/12.1.2 came into the world.
Ashley Taylor commented
Yep, definitely a bug, I've spent ages trying to figure this out, guess I'll just have to move the position or anchor point on every zoom keyframe, not ideal!!
Nick Montgomery commented
This becomes a bigger problem when you use the Transform effect to animate scaling of an object to get some motion blur, once you set Shutter Angle to anything the object shifts and the anchor point can never be set to the centre of the object so you can't scale it properly.
Laurent LaSalle commented
I have the exact same problem : adding any value to the shutter angle (under Transform) moves the whole object animation further down. My temporary solution is to manually adjust all my anchor points using Motion, since everything is positionned wrong (as if the anchor management of Transform is messed up).