Problem is that i have a strange problem when i have an Layer using the Essential Graphics above an Timelapse of apx 7000 Frames. I adjust the graphics layer position (height) and out of a sudden the layer below also changes the position slighly. I checked ths couple of times, there are no keyframes or whatsoever involved also no nesting. of those layers that their can influence eachover.The Projects is quite complex and consists of AE and C4D parts, but the "end" is just the timelape and couple of Text as the credits part. I seem that im able to fix this after nesting the graphics.Also when adding the "Standart blend in" via context menu on an Graphics Layer results in same problem.
To make sure: Drop Shadow here is the Problem
Today i realized why this happens, i can reproduce. Looks to me like a Bug in PP.
Put some Video on Layer 0, add Essential Graphics on top. Check "Drop shadow" on the Text created in Essential Graphics. Then add some Fade in Fade out the the Graphics Layer. Voila, i see the Video Layer jumping some pixels. Very annoying Bug. I was able to fix this by nesting the Graphics Layer. Problem with nesting is that i makes tweaking of timing more complex.