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Chapter 10. Adding Effects > Setting Spatial Properties in the Timeline View

Setting Spatial Properties in the Timeline View

Once you enable the selected clip’s direct manipulation controls, you can adjust its position, scale, and rotation in the Timeline view.

Be aware that Premiere Elements calculates the position, scale, and rotation of a clip based on its anchor point. In other words, the anchor point defines the position of a layer, the point around which a layer is scaled, and the pivot point of the layer’s rotation. By default, a layer’s anchor point is positioned in the center of the layer. In the program view, a clip’s anchor point is represented by a circle with an X.


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