In this lesson our instructor talks about default fixed effects. First, he discusses keyframes, the motion effects, opacity, blend mode, Gaussian blur, and other effects. Then he talks about effect preset, and most-used video and audio effects.
The Position value indicates where the clip is in respect to the frame
The Anchor Point allows you to change where the pivot point is for a clip
The Scale changes the size of your clip
The Rotation uses the anchor point as its pivot point, allowing you to rotate your clip within the frame
The Opacity value indicates how opaque your clip is (how much you can see through it)
The Blend modes work just like they do in Photoshop
Black & White converts your clips to grayscale
Gaussian Blur blurs your clips
Picture in Picture gives you an “over the shoulder” effect for your videos
Audio Gain can increase or lower the volume of your clips
Is applied before any other effects are applied to your audio
Default Fixed Effects, Part 1
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