Besides the following effects, frequently used effects, such as video filter for old movies, are registered as system presets.
Includes video filters for color adjustment, such as 3-Way color correction and YUV curve.
Reduces screen flicker. Effective for images with little motion.
Makes a three-dimensional monotone image like a lithograph. You can set the direction and depth of the shadow.
Makes an image look like an old film.
Specifies a color as the key color, and apply a specific filter to the inside, edge or outside.
Sharpens the outline of objects and makes an image look as if it is a higher resolution.
Correct the camera shake by image processing.
Creates an effect like a strobe light flashing.
Applies an effect like a mist that softens the video.
Switches the output of a clip with alpha channel to key output or fill output.
Makes an image look like it is in a tunnel. It is effective when used in combination with [Loop Slide].
Makes an image look blurred.
Blends two video filters in any respective proportion. The blend ratio can be set to change along the time axis by setting a key frame.
Applies a video filter to the inside or outside of a given range. Using the pass, the application range can be rectangular, elliptical, or any shape.
You can also use motion tracking. It automatically tracks specific parts of a subject in motion and apply an effect.
Applies a preferred set matrix to every pixel, to blur or sharpen an image. It is effective when exporting images in MPEG format that have a lot of movement.
Reverses an image.
Balances an image to be smooth to decrease the noise component. Increasing the threshold value gives a paintbrush effect.
Applies a mosaic to an image. It is effective when used on parts of an image in combination with [Mask].
Applies the [Blur] effect to moving objects only. This effect can be applied when the whole image moves on the screen such as during a pan or tilt movement.
Transforms an image to become wavelike.
Slides an image as if it is connected above, below, left or right.
Displays an image in monochrome. It is effective when used on parts of an image in combination with [Mask].
Makes an image look like its outline was traced with a pencil.
Adjusts the stereoscopic image.
Applies an effect where the focal point seems blurred while suppressing discoloration.
Sets up to 5 filters simultaneously. You can also set multiple filters without using [Combine Filters], though the synergistic effect of multiple filters may not appear if you do not use [Combine Filters].(For example, when applying multiple filters in an area specified using a [Mask] or [Chrominance] filter.)
Applies a defocusing effect in higher quality than [Blur] and [Smooth Blur].
Sets cropping, zoom-in/out, movement, rotation, etc. of the image.To Top