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It isn't clear to me if you are trying to zoom with perspective differences between the layers or not, but if you just want to zoom the viewpoint without altering the scene, you could use either of the previously mentioned methods or, for something even simpler, you could also include the composition as a source in another composition and simply scale it all ...


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And as there's always at least two ways to do things in After Effects, another option to Professor Sparkles' one is to parent the layers to the one you're zooming in on. Parenting a layer means that it is connected to its child layers such that any transformation you apply to the parent affects the child (but transformations to the child do not affect the ...


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Thats simple, pre-comp what you have right now and create a camera layer. Then make you composition layer 3D. The look of you layer will not change unless you add lights or rotate the camera. Then you can pan around and zoom in your picture with the camera. Thats how you do every sort of zooming e.g. camera animation in after effects. Animating the scale of ...



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