Picture does not move smoothly

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Greetings!
I have such a problem. I want to achieve smooth image movement but so far to no avail.
I have a picture of 3840 2160, I need it to move from the upper right corner to the lower left at a low speed.
The standard Mové Picture function allows you to set only 999 frames, so I use the TDDmovepicture plugin and use about 4000 frames.
Example:

the picture doesn’t move as smoothly, trembles a bit ...

I slowed down the movement of the picture several times so that it would be better seen:

As you can see - the picture moves jerky and not smoothly.
Does anyone have any ideas how to make the movement smoother?

P.S sorry for my english, I hope you understand what I mean
 

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You should post your event setup for moving the picture so we can see what you're doing.
 

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That's because two things you won't easily change unfortunately. Your vision and image rendering. When the picture moves slower than 25 pixels per second your brain will begin to stop percieving fluid motion. It can also only move a minimum of one pixel at a time. 3D engines usually have antialiasing effects that can create the illusion of slower movement, where the position of the object isn't defined by a pixel grid. But for a 2D picture like this without any special rendering it's impossible as far as I know.
 
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You should post your event setup for moving the picture so we can see what you're doing.
That's because two things you won't easily change unfortunately. Your vision and image rendering. When the picture moves slower than 25 pixels per second your brain will begin to stop percieving fluid motion. It can also only move a minimum of one pixel at a time. 3D engines usually have antialiasing effects that can create the illusion of slower movement, where the position of the object isn't defined by a pixel grid. But for a 2D picture like this without any special rendering it's impossible as far as I know.
Yes, I calculated the movement of the picture. It turned out 1 movement is 1 pixel .. I did not think that 1920 pixels would not be enough for a smooth movement, he he. In any case, thanks for the clarification!
 

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