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Adjusting Views

As you begin to apply motion effects to a sequence clip, how you view the clip in the Canvas becomes important. For example, you may want to resize and reposition an image so it appears closer to the edge of the image area but is still safe to broadcast. Or you may need to zoom out in the Canvas to position a clip outside the image area. You may even want to change a clip's position by dragging the clip in the Canvas. Adjusting how you look at a clip does not make any changes to the clip's motion parameters. The exercises in this section will introduce you to each of the different viewing options.

Changing the Zoom View

Both the Viewer and Canvas can display a clip's image in a variety of sizes. You can zoom in or zoom out of the image area, just as you zoom in and out of the sequence in the Timeline. You do this by selecting an option in the Zoom pop-up menu in either the Viewer or Canvas. Changing the zoom percentage of a clip allows you to see around the viewable image area, which is helpful when repositioning a clip. Zooming is also helpful when refining filter parameters to take a closer look at what is happening on a pixel level.


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