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Applying Filters

Just as the term motion properties is used to describe a collection of tools that do a lot more than move things, so the term filters applies to a lot more than just tools for tinting or texturing an image. Final Cut Pro comes with more than 50 video filters, with a wide variety of uses (Figure 13.83). In addition to a suite of image-control filters for color correction or tinting, Final Cut Pro provides filters you can use to blur, twirl, emboss, ripple, flip, mask, and key. When you're done, you can apply another filter to generate visible timecode over your final results! For a list of filters, refer to Volume 3, Chapter 2, in Apple's Final Cut Pro 3 User's Manual. Note that this list does not include new filters introduced in Final Cut Pro 3.

Figure 13.83. Final Cut Pro comes with a library of more than 50 filters.



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