Working with effect presets


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Working with effect presets

Over time you will probably find yourself using the same effect animations over and over. For example, you might want to have something called a Fast Blur In. You might want to have your clip start blurry and then become clear, and then perhaps at the end of the clip it goes back to being blurry again. It's kind of a nice way to get in and out of a clip. But you can apply the Blur effect and put keyframes on and have it animate and do that over and over again, or you can apply what's called a Preset. Premiere Elements 7 comes with a ton of presets that have all kinds of animations. So if you want to follow along with this tutorial, open up 08-presets, and when you do it, you will see several clips here on the Timeline, plus also another clip up here on track number 2 and I'll explain why that's up there a little bit later.

Let's look at the first clip. I want to apply Tint to this first clip. To do that I would go over to Edit, click on Effects, and track down Tint,...

Working with effect presets
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Working with effect presets provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Jeff Sengstack as part of the Premiere Elements 7 Essential Training

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Video
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Premiere Elements
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