How to Pan/Crop multiple tracks

Sullivan wrote on 1/10/2005, 8:37 AM
I want to pan/crop a set of composited tracks.

If I make several tracks "children" of another track, then I have a "Parent Motion" button that lets me do track motion of the composited result. But Pan/Crop seems tied to events rather than to tracks.

I could do an intermediate render and apply pan/crop in another project, but it seems like there should be a better way.

Or, is there some way to export the Pan/Crop keyframes from one track and import them into another track, so all are panned/cropped in sync?

Any ideas?


Liam_Vegas wrote on 1/10/2005, 10:34 AM
Pan/Crop only works on video events... not the track... so I don't think there is a better way. Track motion (which it sounds like you already know about) does work at the track level.
jetdv wrote on 1/10/2005, 1:26 PM
You could try to copy the first event, select the rest of the events, and then "Paste Event Attributes"