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Lesson 12. Subclips and Virtual Clips > Editing virtual clips

Editing virtual clips

Virtual clips can be edited in several ways. Like any other clip, you can trim either end of a virtual clip, change various settings, or apply filters to it, as you did earlier in this lesson. In addition, you can edit the clips in the source area from which the virtual clip was made, and the changes are automatically reflected in all instances of the virtual clip. Since you already modified virtual clips directly by applying filters, we'll use the second method, editing the clips in the source area, to modify the last virtual clip you just created and all previous virtual clips.

Here, you'll add a shadow under the shape you created with the Image Mask transition. To do this, you'll add a clip to the source area of Masked Background.


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