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Warp

These effects will stretch and push the clips they’re applied to into new shapes.

Action Cam lens Distort

This effect creates or corrects fisheye lens distortion, a common issue with action camera footage. FilmoraPro has presets for correcting or simulating specific GoPro models.

Action Cam lens Distort

FOV: Use this to adjust the amount of distortion.

Center: Change the distortion’s center. Usually you want to keep this at 0,0.

Here’s what fisheye distortion looks like.

Action Cam lens Distort preview

Bezier Warp

Fold your footage into new shapes. You can fold any or all of your footages four corners.

Bezier Warp

Click on a corner in the Viewer and drag it to start distorting. You can also input values into the Initial Point, |Tangent|, and -Tangent- fields but it is much easier to make changes in the Viewer.

Here’s an example of what this effect can look like.

Bezier Warp preview

Perspective Warp

This effect rotates your footage as if it existed in a 3D environment. You can use the X and Y Wrap tools to choose what happens in the space outside your frame (i.e. if you tilt your image and empty space is created). You can chose to leave this space black, or to fill it with a tile or reflection of your image.

perspective warp

Here’s an example of what this effect can look like.

perspective warp preview

Polar Warp

The Polar Warp wraps your footage into a circle. You can  control how large the empty space in the center is with Start Radius and how far out the edge of the circle is with End Radius.

Polar Warp

Rotation: This tool rotates the circle.

Range: Use this tool to choose what part of your image is included in the circle. Rotating clockwise will result in less of your image being used and rotating counterclockwise will result in more being used. You can achieve a tiled effect by rotating counterclockwise.

Here’s an example of how this effect can look.

Polar Warp preview

Quad Warp

This effect allows you to drag the corners of your footage to new locations in the Viewer.

Quad Warp

Here’s an example of what this effect can look like.

Quad Warp preview

Spherical Warp

This effect produces the appearance of a spherical lens, as if the footage is wrapped over a concave or convex surface.

Spherical Warp

Amount: Choose how pronounced the sphere effect is.

Scale: Use this to zoom in or out on your image.

You can use Shift Texture X and Shift Texture Y to rotate the sphere.

Here’s an example of how this effect can look.

Spherical Warp preview