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  • Keyframing a blur

    I have a still image that runs 20 seconds. I want to key frame a blur that runs from 0 to 100 with full blur holding steady at 10 seconds. The remaining 10 seconds will be the full blur. The blur filter, as many of the others video filters are NOT key-frameable.

    Is there a good workaround? Is this a feature set that Edius should be looking into for v7?
    Andy Browne - Venice, Florida
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  • #2
    Use the Blend filter.
    Steve

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    • #3
      Watch the video:

      Keyframed Blur.wmv

      If this is the general idea, use the blend filters-filter and adjust accordingly.

      Keyframed blur.jpg
      Jerry
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      • #4
        That is exactly what I was trying to achieve. While I was trying to use the Blend filter, I finally dawned on me that I needed to use my actual timeline adjuster to move the redline in the blend tool. DUH!!! It would have been nice to add that functionality directly into the actual Blend tool.

        But that still does not get away from the fact that keyframing should be built into all of EDIUS' static filters.

        Thanks for all your help.
        Andy Browne - Venice, Florida
        Edius Version 8.0 Workgroup - SYSTEM:
        Intel Core i7 3.2 ghz -12mb cache - 16gb RAM - nVidia GTX-570 - Driver 314.07 - Win7 Pro 64
        Primary Camera: JVC GY-HM170 and Sony HDR-CX700
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        • #5
          That is where reading the manual helps.
          Jerry
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          • #6
            You may cut your video and apply to second part Blur 100%, after that apply Dissolve between parts, transition must end at 10 seconds ;-))))

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            • #7
              Originally posted by serge26117 View Post
              You may cut your video and apply to second part Blur 100%, after that apply Dissolve between parts, transition must end at 10 seconds ;-))))
              This is how I do it, just make sure you have dissolve extended checked.
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