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Panning in CapCut Using Keyframes (PC)

By Gracie Steel, Digital Marketing Assistant at Omega High Impact Print Solutions 

Do you want to unlock the full potential of your CapCut projects? If so, you're in the right place! Follow along as we unravel the secrets behind dynamic video editing using this panning effect.

A woman showing off the video she is editing on CapCut.

Let's get started!

Step 1

Open CapCut and import your media.

Opening CapCut and importing media.

Step 2

Select ASPECT RATIO and resize your project as desired. For this tutorial, we will be using a 9:16 ratio.

Selecting aspect ratio and resizing the project to 9:16.

Step 3

Scroll to the beginning of your video. Choose your media's starting position and select KEYFRAME.

Adding a keyframe to a CapCut video.

Step 4

Scroll to the end of your video. Select KEYFRAME and adjust your desired end position.

Adding a keyframe to a CapCut video to create a panning effect.

Step 5

Review the final product!

It's always a good idea to add these techniques to your creative arsenal. Not only does it enhance the quality of your work, but also allows you to get your message across in a way that captivates your audience. To make sure you never miss a tutorial, be sure to subscribe here.


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