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Chapter 16. Filters And Compositing > To disable a filter

To disable a filter

1.
In the Timeline, double-click a clip to which you've added a filter; then select the clip's Filters tab.

2.
Uncheck the box next to the filter's name on the Viewer's Filters tab.

The filter is disabled but is still applied to the clip. To toggle it back on, recheck the box.

✓ Tips

  • Final Cut Pro renders a clip's filters in the order they appear on the Filters tab. You can drag a filter up or down in the list to rearrange the filter order. Rendering order affects your final results.

  • If you need more space to adjust sliders (or just to read the full name of a filter control), expand the width of the columns containing the effect controls on the Filters, Controls, and Motion tabs. Drag the column header separators to adjust column width (Figure 16.7).

    Figure 16.7. Drag the column headers on the Filters, Controls, and Motion tabs to adjust the width of the effect controls.



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