If the talking head frame is missing from the anchors and appears randomly at the bottom and top of the screen, it could be due to a mismatch in the anchor points and the frame size.
Check the anchor points for the talking head frame and make sure they are properly aligned with the frame size. If the anchor points are too far from the frame size, it could cause the frame to appear randomly on the screen.
You can also try adjusting the position of the talking head frame by using the Transform controls in the Effect Controls panel. This will allow you to manually adjust the position, scale, and rotation of the frame to fit the desired position. If the issue still persists, you can try deleting and re-adding the talking head frame to the timeline and re-syncing the anchors. This will ensure that the anchor points are properly aligned with the frame size and position.
It sounds like you are encountering an issue with the Talking Head Frame in your video editing project. Here are some possible solutions:
- Check if the Talking Head Frame is properly anchored: Make sure that the Talking Head Frame is anchored to the correct position on the screen. You can do this by selecting the Talking Head Frame and checking the Anchors section in the Properties panel. Make sure that the Anchor point is set to the correct position on the screen (e.g. top-left corner).
- Check if the Talking Head Frame is placed on the correct layer: Ensure that the Talking Head Frame is placed on the correct layer in your video editing timeline. It may be that the Talking Head Frame is accidentally placed on a layer that is not visible or on a layer that is positioned below other elements in the timeline.
- Check if the Talking Head Frame is correctly scaled: The Talking Head Frame may appear randomly at the top or bottom of the screen if it is too large or too small in comparison to the video resolution. Ensure that the Talking Head Frame is correctly scaled to match the video resolution.
- Reset the position of the Talking Head Frame: If the Talking Head Frame is still not appearing correctly, try resetting its position. To do this, select the Talking Head Frame and press the “Alt+G” keys to reset its position to the center of the screen.
- Try updating or reinstalling Blender: If none of the above solutions work, it may be a bug in your version of Blender. Try updating to the latest version or reinstalling Blender to see if this resolves the issue.
I hope this helps!
This is 100% happening. Blizzards Talking Head is tied to Elvui’s Loot / Alert Frames, which is very annoying and it can’t be disabled at all, so you have to move your Loot / Alert Frame off to the side. Elvui option The Talking Head Scale in Skins is not working also, setting it to 50% does nothing.