Adding Filters and Transitions


Using filters you can alter the mood of the video, make an old movie, overlay cool flying objects, and more.

Step 1: Open the Filters tab - Click the Filters button to open the filters collection. Click on a filter's thumbnail to see its preview in the player.

Step 2: Find a filter you like
• On the left, you will see groups of filters. Click on a group to see the relevant filters.
• If you're looking for a specific filter, enter its name into the search box under the group list.
• If you really like a filter, click the heart icon to add it to the Favorites group.

Step 3: Apply the filter - When you've found a filter you like, drag its thumbnail onto the clip you want to apply the filter to.

Once you've applied a filter, a star icon will appear on the clip, denoting applied filters and tools.

Removing filters

1. Click on the star icon on the clip to see the list of applied filters and tools.
2. In the list, find the filter that you don't want.
3. Click the cross button to discard the effect.


Transitions are short animations that use geometric shapes and transparency to connect two clips in a creative way.

Add a transition

1. Click the Transitions button on the left sidebar to open the list of all transitions. Click on a transition to preview it in the player.

2. In the list of transitions, pick a style you like and drag-and-drop its icon between two clips on the Timeline. If you really like a transition style, you can click the heart icon to add it to your favorites list.

A transition icon will appear between the two clips.

Change transition length

By default, each transition will be set at 2 seconds long. To change the transition length:
1. Double-click a transition on the Timeline to open transition properties.
2. In the Transition Properties window, enter the new transition length in the Duration field. The format is seconds:milliseconds. If you want all transitions that are currently in the project to have the same length, select the Apply to all transitions option.
3. Click OK to apply the changes.

Transition mode

In the Transition Properties window you can choose mode of transition. This setting affects what media is used to fill in the missing parts of the transition:

Trimmed content – if you've trimmed the video, the trimmed bits will appear during the transition. If the videos haven't been trimmed, a freeze frame is shown.

Freeze frame – a static frame is shown during the transition.

Slow motion – the part of the video overlapped by the transition is stretched to fill the entire duration.

The default mode is set to Trimmed content. The change of transition mode is more obvious when applied to a video clip rather than to an image.

Add transitions to all clips

Using the Transition Wizard You can automatically add transitions between all clips in your movie in just a few steps:

1. Click the slideshow button on the toolbar. The Create Slideshow dialog box will open.
2. In the Create Slideshow dialog box, select a transition style that you want to use for all clips. If you want to use different transitions, choose the Use random transitions option in the list of transitions.
3. In the Transition duration box, enter the length that you want to set for all transitions. A transition cannot be longer than the shortest clip in your project.
4. Click OK to accept the changes.

Remove a transition

To remove a transition from your movie or slideshow, right-click the transition on the Timeline and choose Remove Transition from the popup menu. If you want to delete all the transitions in your project, choose Remove All Transitions.


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