I don't know whether I just don't do it well or whether this is a bug.
Basically, here is what I am trying to do using two main layers (plus background layer) and one layer for animating an image:
Frame 1. Show the unzoomed presentation (Fit to element -> id of Rectangle inside the background layer)
Frame 2. Zoom on the first layer (Fit to element ->id of Rectangle inside Layer1), where the layer with the image is showing at 100%
Frame 3. Resizing the Animated layer to 50% and moving it on the top left. All other layers are intact and focus is still on Layer1
Frame 4. Moving camera to second layer (Fit to element -> id of Rectangle inside Layer2)
Frame 5. Zoom out (Fit to element -> id of rectangle inside background layer)
But basically I cannot reach the result where the shrinked layer stays shrinked at the top-left location relative to the Layer1/Rectangle.
I mean, either the shrinked layer go back to its full size when performing step 4,, or the shrinked layer stays shrinked but follows the camera, as if the relative position (top-left) was now computed on the new frame position instead of the old frame.
Is there a way to make the shrinking transformation something that is based on the layer organization rather than based on the frames and the camera ?
Without screenshot, this may sound quite hard to conceptualize. I post this message now anyways, but will try to post screenshots later in the night.