file as a landscape and create an aerial camera that will fly over it.
Drag the file into your timeline.
You’ve now added more options into transform in your timeline. You can
control the orientation of your picture and X Y Z rotations.
route the camera will take. Click the layer of your imported file,
toggle down the arrow and open "TRANSFORM." Move the image on the view window and adjust your keyframes.
three-dimensional feeling, adjust the X, Y and Z axes of the picture.
spot-and/or away from it-adjust the zoom on the camera layer under "OPTIONS" in your timeline. Zooming in and out works great when you are rotating the camera.
you might want to start slow and speed up when you are zooming in, and
slow down when you are flying away. You can adjust the speed value of
the position and rotations by clicking the arrow next to it and
adjusting your keyframes.
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to smooth the camera movements when necessary, click the keyframe while
pressing the control key and choose " Keyframe Interpolation."
Choose Bezier if you want to have a smoother movement. Adjust the
keyframe on your timeline; choose linear if you want a more rigid
like to import stop-motion animations and place them over the image so
that "the landscape" will be moving at the same time that the camera is
flying over it.
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