The effects listed in the Effects window depend on the actual effect files in

The effects listed in the effects window depend on

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The effects listed in the Effects window depend on the actual effect files in Adobe Premiere Pro’s Plug-Ins folder. You can expand the repertoire of effects by adding compatible Adobe plug-in files or plug-in packages available through other developers.
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U sing H elp | C on t en ts | Inde x B ack 236 Adobe Premiere Pro Help Applying Effects U sing H elp | C on t en ts | Inde x B ack 236 For a list of each audio and video effect and its options, see A udio eff ec ts included with A dob e P r emier e P r o on page 281 and V ideo eff ec ts included with A dob e P r emier e P r o on page 258 . About track-based effects All video effects—both Fixed and Standard effects—are clip-based . That is, they alter individual clips. Since all clips include Fixed effects, only Standard effects need to actually be applied to a clip to create a result. You can apply a clip-based effect to more than one clip at a time by creating a nested sequence (see “N esting sequenc es on page 136 ). Audio effects can be applied to either clips or to tracks. To apply track-based effects, use the Audio Mixer window. If you add keyframes to the effect, you can then adjust the effect either in the Audio Mixer window or the Timeline window (see A djusting gain or v olume le v els on page 175 , and see A pplying eff ec ts t o audio clips on page 185 ). Working with Fixed effects Because Fixed effects are already built in to a clip, you need only adjust their properties to activate them. Clips that contain audio automatically include the Volume effect. You may find that adjusting the Opacity and Volume effects is more easily accomplished in the Timeline window (see “U sing the Opacit y and V olume eff ec ts on page 242 ). To adjust properties for the Motion, use the Program view of the Monitor window to manipulate the clip. Adobe Premiere Pro renders Fixed effects after any Standard effects that are applied to the clip. Standard effects are rendered in the order in which they appear, top down. You can change the order of Standard effects anytime by dragging them to a new position in the Effect Controls window, but you can’t move Fixed effects. If you want to effectively change the render order of Fixed effects, you can use Standard effects instead: Use the Transform effect in place of the Motion effect, the Alpha Adjust effect in place of the Opacity effect, and the Volume effect in place of the fixed Volume effect. While these effects aren’t identical to the Fixed effects, their parameters are equivalent to those found in the Fixed effects. About the Effect Controls window To work with any clip-based effect, use the Effect Controls window. (To apply an effect, see A pplying and c on tr olling S tandar d eff ec ts on page 244 .) Although you can view the Effect Controls in a separate window, you can also dock the window in the Project window or the Source view of the Monitor window by dragging the tab.
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