Bring the Pan and Zoom tool from Premiere Rush to Premiere PRO
Adobe Premiere Rush is getting a Pan and Zoom effect for quick and easy pan and zoom options for stills and (we can presume) video as well.
There was a time when effects and advancments flowed from Premiere or Rush, but not in this case. While we can manually create pan and zooms in PPro with keyframes a fast and easy automated Pan and Zoom would be great. Both Final Cut Pro X and DaVinci Resolve have this features to Premiere is behind.
Most of the development work would be done if this exists in Rush so it should be easy to bring automated Pan and Zoom to Adobe Premiere Pro.
Rajendra Sachania commented
I completely agreed that Premiere lacks so many basic tools which otherwise make another editing program superior and reliable. For example, Filmora has gone too far in this with hundred plus elements and templates to work with.
Alexandre Terseul commented
Yeah and ad motion blur !
Gabriel Weiss commented
Those are basics! It would be a time saver for what i have to do!
Ronny Khalil commented
Nigel Jones commented
Agree. I'm editing several episodes of a travel video where my friends have supplied a few favourite stills which I am dropping into the video timeline. Having to manually apply some effects is time consuming. Adobe please add something useful for a change. Thanks
Justin Fraction commented
Like punch in took forever to be implemented in Adobe Audition (a basic feature of many audio editing programs) the same thing is happening with Pan & Zoom here.
Premiere Rush has a Pan/Zoom tool, Premiere Elements has a Pan/Zoom tool that even detects faces, Divinci Resolve has Dynamic Zoom tools. Final Cut has a tool as well. This is a basic feature in most editing programs.
So we know Adobe can do it since two of their products have it, they just won't put it in Premiere as an alternative to straight keyframing or user created transform presets. It's strange and it's necessary.
Pierre Louis Beranek commented
There's a GREAT new solution available that's available today!: Drag Zoom https://exchange.adobe.com/creativecloud.details.105390.html
I just bought it and it works great! It's $49, but I figure it's better get a great plugin that speeds up my work today rather than wait for Adobe to give us better zooming features in 5-20 years from now!
Greg Hester commented
These are basic features. Even MS Movie Maker has pan and zoom effects. Premiere Pro still doesn't???? Embarrassing, Adobe.
Kevin Monahan commented
Love the idea, Scott. For now, I just dump all my stills into Rush and import the Rush project into Premiere Pro. Quite a nice time saver.
Andreas Urra commented
Yes, please. I am hoping for getting this feature in Premiere, too, since years.
Pierre Louis Beranek commented
Yes! Would love to see this!
Richard King commented
I've always had it in premier but then just realized after looking it was part of a preset a friend gave me when i first started out like 5 years ago. So yes, would be nice to have but I'm pretty sure we all have it in our presets by now haha
Michael Gay commented
Yes this would be super useful
George Ramsay commented
How is this not a feature? It was in Imovie 10 years ago