As per the title really, I am trying to slow down the transition speed.
I have set it to 4 seconds, but the trouble is, it only takes 2 seconds to do, and then it waits for the further 2 seconds.
00:00 to 00:04 = animation
00:04 to 00:06 = transition
00:06 to 00:08 = wait (not good)
00:08 to 00:16 = animation
Anyone any idea how to slow it down? Only solution I can think of, is to edit it in a video editing software afterwards and play that section at 50% speed, but that's a lot of work for many parts of an animation.
Video here to show the issue: https://youtu.be/MM0cMu2qkgQ
Here are my settings:
that's not normal.
save that project as a .scribe file and attach it here if you want help troubleshooting it.
-Mike (videoscribe user)
Thanks for taking a look at this for me, file attached.
I have the Pro version if that makes any difference. Running on a Mac
Thanks for this, but increasing the drawing time isn't what I want to do, I want to decrease the speed between transitions.
This issue is logged as a bug in our issue tracking system; it is being prioritised and will be fixed in due course.
Use the pause value to hold the slide before transitioning to the next slide.
If I want to make a point and keep the slide up, I set pause to 4 seconds.
Hope that helps.
Has this issue been fixed? Currently using Videoscribe version 3.0.5-4 (PC) Windows PRO. Thanks.
I tested your suggestion and adding a transition timing either to the element itself or the element before does not change the animation time. For clarification, what I have is a person moving slowly across the screen and I need this animation to take around 8 seconds. What I am experiencing now is the man moving across in 4s then it paused there for the last 4s. Hence, changing transition timings will have no effect.
Similarly, adding dummy elements will not work as well since it will result in the animation becoming choppy and the animation will still be happen quick but what I need is a slow one. Thanks.
My apologies, I was under the impression that it was a related issue.
Nonetheless, I have attached the scribe file and a picture showing the image properties of the man. You can see that although I have specified 0 pause and transition timings, there is a noticeable delay between the ending animation of the man and the entry animation of the car. This issue happens both in preview and the rendered video.
Please advise, thank you.
Thanks. I have logged, with our developers, the issue with the Move-in time having a pause after the element is moved in.