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Why use filters?

Video and audio filters serve many useful purposes in a project. You can use them to fix defects in video or audio material, such as changing the color balance of a video clip or removing noise from dialogue. You might also use audio filters to add an appropriate level of ambiance or echo to dialogue recorded in a studio. Filters are often used to create an effect or mood not present in the raw video or audio clip, such as softening the focus or adding a sunset tint to a scene.

Obtaining video filters

Adobe Premiere includes a variety of video filters that let you distort, blur, sharpen, and add special effects to your clips. You can change filters over time to increase or decrease the effect, and you can apply multiple filters to any clip. You can also create and apply your own custom filters, which you can save and use over again.

In addition to the dozens of filters included with Premiere, many filters are available in the form of plug-ins, which you can purchase or otherwise acquire. For example, Photoshop plug-ins can be copied into the Premiere Plug-ins folder to use on video clips or still-images in your video work.

—From the Adobe Premiere User Guide, Chapter 10



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