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    BCC Pan & Zoom

    I found that this filter was more difficult to get the hang of than the Avid Pan & Zoom filter.
    However, once I started to understand it I could see that it gave better control and probably better sharpness and a smoother pan than the Avid filter.
    Luckily both of them reside in the Effects Palette (assuming that you have the BCC disc installed)

    and the choice is up to you.

    Good luck!
    Douglas


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