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Chapter 11. Nesting Effects > Editing in a Nest

Editing in a Nest

Before you can do anything that involves nesting, you must have an effect added to a clip in the Timeline. I’ll use a variety of effects in this chapter to show how a nested effect looks after making changes inside of an effect or clip.

Entering and Viewing a Nested Effect

To display how you see inside of an effect, I’ll use the Mask effect. To begin, apply the Mask effect from the Image category in the Effect Palette. Go to the Effect Editor and make a Mask over the video. By adding this to a clip in the Timeline, you’ll be able to “step into” the effect to see the base video used. This example places a mask on a clip on V1 and makes it letterboxed (see Figure 11.1).


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