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Hour 11. Creating Video Effects > Using Keyframes: Changing Effects Over Time

Using Keyframes: Changing Effects Over Time

What's really exciting about these last few video effects—as well as most others in the Video Effects palette—is that you can change the characteristics of the effects throughout the duration of your video clip.

You accomplish that by using keyframes, which work something like the volume-control red rubberband handles. You place keyframes (little diamond icons) on a line in the expanded view of the video (or audio) clip and instruct Premiere as to what to do with the selected effect at those keyframes. Most video and audio effects will make changes gradually from one keyframe to the next.


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