Effect

The [Effect] palette lists the effects you can use.

Showing/Hiding [Effect] Palette

You can show or hide the [Effect] palette.

1) Click [Toggle Palette Display] of the timeline.

2) Click [Effect].

Alternative
[Effect] Palette

(1)

[Hide Effect View]

Click this button to display the folder view only.

(2)

[Move up one folder]

Display the folder in the upper level than the one selected in the folder view.

(3)

[Folder Link]

Set up the effect folders frequently used to open these folders quickly.

Folder Shortcuts

(4)

[Add to Timeline]

Add the selected effect to a clip on the timeline. Click the [Add to Timeline] list button and you can also select the position to add.

(5)

[Delete]

Delete the user preset effect.

Deleting Effects from [Effect] Palette

(6)

[Property]

Display the contents of the selected effect.

Properties of Effects

(7)

[View]

Each click changes the display. Click the [View] list button to select the display method.

(8)

[lock]

Lock the effect folder to prevent the folder structure from being changed.

Folder Structure of [Effect] Palette

(9)

Folder view

Display the effect folder in tree structure.

(10)

Effect view

Display the contents of effects in the selected folder. Select the effect with animation to display with animation.

Showing/Hiding Effect View

You can show or hide the effect view.

1) Click [Hide Effect View] in the [Effect] palette.

Effect Types

There are 4 available effects.

Plug-in Base Effect

Base effects initially stored which cannot be deleted from the [Effect] palette. Plug-in base effects include video filter, audio filter, transition, audio cross fade, title mixer, and key.

System Preset Effect

These are initially stored and customized plug-in base effects. You cannot delete them from the [Effect] palette. “S” is displayed on their icons.

User Preset Effect

Effects registered by the user. These effects can be customized (by adjusting the parameters, combining multiple effects, or renaming) and saved. “U” is displayed on their icons.

Registering Effects to [Effect] Palette

Default Effect

Effects used in the default setting. You can set these effects only for transition, audio cross fade, and title mixer.

Changing Default Effects

Properties of Effects

You can check the effect with animation. You can also change the property of user preset effects.

1) Select an effect and click [Property] in the [Effect] palette.

Alternative

How to Apply Effects

Simply drag and drop an effect on the [Effect] palette to the clip on the timeline to apply the effect. The following procedure explains how to apply video filter as an example. Transitions and keyers can be applied in the same way.

Example:

To select from [VideoFilters]

1) Click the [Effect] tab and display the [Effect] palette.

2) In the folder view of the [Effect] palette, click the [Effect] tree, and click [VideoFilters].

3) Drag and drop the effect to be applied onto a clip (video part) on the timeline.

Clips with video filter applied are displayed with an orange line.

Note

  • Drag and drop the video filter to the video part of a clip on the V/VA track, and drag and drop the transition to the part where a clip shifts to another or the mixer part of In/Out point of a clip.

  • Drag and drop the audio filter to the audio part of a clip on the A/VA track, and drag and drop the audio cross fade to the audio part where a clip shifts to another.

  • Drag and drop the title mixer to the mixer part of the In/Out point of a clip on the T track.

  • Drag and drop the keyer to the mixer part of a clip on the V/VA track.

Alternative

How to Adjust Effects

Adjust effects applied on clips on the timeline from the [Information] palette.

1) Click the part of a clip where effects are applied on the timeline.

2) Click on the name of the effect to be adjusted on the [Information] palette, and click [Open Setup Dialog].

Alternative

3) Adjust or set each item.

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