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Clips Motion Settings in Adobe Premiere Pro


Motion Settings

MOTION SETTINGS IN ADOBE PREMIERE PRO

In this post, you’ll learn to animate, and making effects using motion settings in effects panel, also go through our earlier posts.

Putting Clips in Motion

In premiere pro sequence, every clip has a motion effect applied as a fixed effect also sometimes called an intrinsic effect.
Motion: With Motion affects you can animate, rotate, and scale a clip. Anti-flicker Filter control to decrease shimmering edges for an animated object. Premiere Pro must resample the image When you scale a high-resolution source.

Opacity: The Opacity effect lets you control how opaque or transparent a clip is. You can also use special blend modes to create visual effects from multiple layers of video.

Time Remapping: Time Remapping effect lets you slow down, speed up, or reverse playback, and it even lets you freeze a frame.

Audio Effects: If a clip has audio, Premiere Pro displays its volume, Channel Volume, and Panner controls.

The motion effect allows you to adjust the position, scale, or rotation of a clip.

You can scale up to 10,000% but this will make the image pixilated and soft.

The changes you make are easy to see. The object will change in size and position because the position, scale, and rotation properties are spatial

When you select the motion effect, a bounding box with a crosshair and handles appears around the clip in the program monitor.

Premiere Pro uses a coordinate system that has the upper- left corner of the screen as o. All X & Y values respectively to the left of and above that point are negative. All X &Y values to the right of and below that point are positive.

When the clips are not fit in the frame black bars are seen at the top and bottom or sides of the clip. These boxes are often called Letter Boxing.

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