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Working in 3D Space

One of the great features of editing with Premiere is its capability to manipulate images in a three-dimensional workspace. This feature is usually a very expensive upgrade on many other computer-based editing systems. (I spent close to $15,000 for that feature on my Avid system less than seven years ago.) Premiere offers several filters to manipulate the position and angle of your image to create a three-dimensional perspective. You can choose either the Camera View effect in the Transform Effects folder or the Basic 3D effect found in the Perspective Effects folder (see Figure 6.35). This allows you to more or less control how and from where your audience views your clips (where the camera lens is in relationship to where the shot or action took place). This is one filter I recommend you become familiar with. I've used it on just about every type of project I've worked on.

Figure 6.35. Premiere allows you to manipulate the image's angle and placement in all directions.



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