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  • Wed, Apr 21 2010 6:23 AM In reply to

    • dew
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    Re: pan and zoom

    Another option is to use Marquee. You can import high res pics and rotate scale as you like. Quality from my eyes view is crisp.

  • Wed, Apr 21 2010 2:37 PM In reply to

    • Dave
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    Re: pan and zoom

    wooooooooooooooooohouuuuuuuuuooooooo !  The solution is BCC pan and zoom ! I didn't know this plug in.  Thanks to you !  With this BCC plug in you can do a lot more things than Avid Pan and zoom and its faster to render ! And you know what ? it looks far more better in terms of image quality and movement !

     

    I will try to fix the Avid Pan and Zoom 4.0.5 with mine at home anyway, by curiosity.

     

    So, thanks everyone !  I can work on my project now because of your help.

  • Wed, Apr 21 2010 3:35 PM In reply to

    • mjolnarn
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    Re: pan and zoom

    Dave:

     The solution is BCC pan and zoom !

    Yes, just to ditto that, if you do a search for threads of mine searching for BCC Pan and Zoom, you might find something you like.

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