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Lesson 7. Special Effects for Film > Creating the final composition

Creating the final composition

To finish the project, you'll create a new composition, set up a slate to identify the beginning and end of your composition to the film output service bureau, add the 5_Pan_Comp, and set Position keyframes to simulate a camera panning the image.

  1. Create a new composition, name it 6_Final_Render, and choose Film (2K) from the Frame Size menu to set the size to 2048 x 1536.

  2. Set the Resolution to Quarter, the Frame Rate to 24 fps, and the Duration to 194 frames. Click OK.

    This composition is two frames longer than the others to leave room for one-frame head and tail slates.

  3. Choose Layer > New Adjustment Layer and name it Linear Preview. Choose Effect>CineonTools>CineonConverter, leave the settings at the defaults, and close the Effect Controls window. If you get a Cineon error message at this point, simply click OK. This layer, like the other linear preview layers, is for preview only; it should be turned off before rendering, and should remain at the top of the layer stack.


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