The more transparent the pixels in the original clip are the closer the shadow

The more transparent the pixels in the original clip

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The more transparent the pixels in the original clip are, the closer the shadow color matches the colors of the original clip. The Shadow Color value more influences the less transparent areas of the original clip. If there are no semi-trans- parent pixels in the source clip, Glass Edge has little effect on the clip. Note: Anti-aliased edges produce colors in a shadow edge when you choose Glass Edge, even if the original clip is fully opaque. The clip’s original colors shine through these anti-aliased edges, while the Shadow Color fills the center of the shadow. Color Influence Specifies the amount of the source clip’s color values that appear in the shadow. At a value of 100%, the shadow takes on the color of any semi-transparent pixels in the clip’s. If this clip contains no semi-transparent pixels, Color Influence has little or no effect, and the Shadow Color value determines the shadow’s color. Decreasing the Color Influence value blends the colors of the original layer in the shadow with the color chosen for the Shadow Color. Increasing Color Influence reduces the influence of the Shadow Color. Animate Color Influence to reduce or increase the blending of the original clip’s colors with the Shadow Color over time. Shadow Only Specifies whether the original clip is visible. If this box is checked, the original clip appears over the shadow. If this box is not checked, only the shadow appears. Resize Layer Specifies whether or not the effect considers the original clip’s bounding box as the edge of the clip. If the box is checked, the shadow can extend beyond the clip boundaries. If the box is not checked, any area of the shadow falling outside the original clip’s bounding box is cropped by the clip’s original boundaries. This option is not useful for shadows that fall outside the composition boundaries. Pixelate effects Facet effect The Facet effect clumps pixels of similar color values in cells for a painterly effect. Keyframes cannot be applied to this effect. Render effects 4 Color Gradient effect The 4 Color Gradient effect produces a four-color gradient. Each color is controlled by one of four individual effect points, which can be animated. Use the 4 Color Gradient effect to create color backgrounds, mix color palettes, and generate color gradients.
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ADOBE PREMIERE PRO 2.0 User Guide 327 4 Color Gradient effect: Original images (left) and with variations of 4-Color Gradient effect applied (center and right) Adjust the following controls for 4-Color Gradient: Points Adjusts the positioning of each color within the four-color gradient, based on x, y coordinate values. Colors Specifies the RGB color values for each of the four points. Color 1 sets the color of Point 1, Color 2 sets the color of Point 2, and so on.
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