Applying multiple filters


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Applying multiple filters

Rarely can you apply a filter to a piece of video or your graphic and just have that one filter achieve the desired affect. Most of the time you do want to end up layering and mixing and creating crazy adjustments until you get exactly what you are looking for. So the original thought behind adding filters to this one shot was to actually add a little bit more energy to the scene. While I like this general look, it's not really quite there yet, so let's watch this play back and see what we can do to kind of punch this up a bit.

(video playing) So as I'm watching this play back, I'm noticing that the edges are glowing and I'm getting little bit of a ripple and it's kind of a cross between too blurry and too clear, so I honestly think we should either really heavily stylize this or take the glow back a quite a bit. If we select our top layer that actually has the filter edges applied to it-- let go ahead and select that layer-- we can adjust its opacity in addition to ...

Applying multiple filters
Video duration: 7m 32s 9h 1m Beginner Updated Aug 27, 2015

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Applying multiple filters provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the Motion 5 Essential Training

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