I am making a movie, and by mistake I moved the canvas a bit, and then moved it back so that it was where I wanted it to be for my element to show.
However, it seems that VideoScribe has recorded this movement of the canvas as an actual event in the movie (ie. the canvas shifts up and then down again in the actual movie). I don't want this, but cannot figure out how to get rid of these "canvas nudges" from my movie, short of removing surrounding elements and re-doing them.
Is there a way to set VideoScribe up so that it does not record erroneous canvas moves or is there any way I can easily fix this? I have saved my movie to my cloud space so you can see where these little nudges happen.
Thanks for any help you can give me.
OK that was really helpful! I didn't understand how the camera position worked entirely (I'm still getting the hang of it). That really helps me get it even more! I was going crazy trying to manually fix my camera settings and only making them worse. But the way you have explained it is really great.
I guess the camera setting is essentially the setting that controls which part of the canvas is in view during the "playing" of the element that the camera setting is set for. Is that all the camera setting does, i.e., it fixes the canvas in place while the element is played?
Thank you Mike. :)