Using segment-based effects and nesting effects


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Using segment-based effects and nesting effects

In Final Cut Pro we access video filters from the Effects menu and this is what allows us to create an effect across the duration of a clip rather than at the transition point between two clips. In Media Composer, these types of effects are referred to as segment based effects and they are accessed from the Effects palette. Here in the beginning of my sequence I have a clip that already has a Timewarp effect on it. If I wanted to add now another segment based effect on top of that, first I browse for the category that I'm interested in.

In this case, the Blend category contains the Picture-in-Picture effect and that's what I am going to start out with. So I am going to drag the Picture-in- Picture effect from the Effects palette and drop it on top of the first clip in my sequence. You can see that the result is immediate and I can play that back. (Music playing) So, so far we have managed to apply a segment based effect without having to go into Effects mode. If I'm happy with the...

Using segment-based effects and nesting effects
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Using segment-based effects and nesting effects provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Steve Holyhead as part of the Migrating from Final Cut Pro 7 to Avid Media Composer 5.5

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Video
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Final Cut Pro Media Composer
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