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    When I modify a scene with 3D effect like for example "levelling a horizon (rotate) + resize the scene" the next scene is also - changed - when I use a 2D transition.
    How can I use a transition without the - inheriting - of the previous scene settings?

  • #2
    Thats the way it works with the keyers....what you can do though is a simple AB type edit by adding a new timeline track above the track with your current 3D keyer fx in.....add your next clip to this new track and overlap the clip below by the duration you want your transition fx to be, then you can drop a transition from the fx pallette on to the upper clips keyer layer and adjust to suit....this will now transition between your new upper clip and your original lower clip with the 3D keyer fx on. Almost all transitions can be used this way.

    HTH

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    • #3
      Or take the clip with the 3d effect on it----render it to the canopus hq avi format make a new clip and then put it back where the old clip was

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      • #4
        Or do it in nested sequences...Lots of ways

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        • #5
          Why is there not a 3D (or2D) clip filter as there is in other NLE programs?
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          • #6
            Originally posted by John Hooper View Post
            Why is there not a 3D (or2D) clip filter as there is in other NLE programs?
            There is. One is called 2D Picture in Picture the other one is called 3d Keyer, which is under Keyers.

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            • #7
              and the layout tool is also a 2D suitable keyer

              click top third of clip and press F7
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              • #8
                Thank you, I think I was looking in the wrong place. I had expected to find it under filters not transition or keyers.

                Is there a good way to get perspective? I found the keyer did not give me enough
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                • #9
                  You could try doing a nested sequence and apply it again and see if that is enough.

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