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Adjustment Layer for Mac
This guide shows how to add one layer to adjust several clips. The effects applied to an adjustment layer affect all layers below it in the layer stacking order. You only need to edit the layer, dragging the transitions and effects on the layer, to apply the effects to the layers below it.
The adjustment layer can make the same adjustments to however how many clips are under it all at once. By editing the layer mask, it's more convenient to make adjustments or remove the feature. It allows you to edit a single layer when re-editing, instead of complicatedly adjusting different parts of videos.
Follow the detailed steps below to see how to activate this feature.
Step 1: Import media
After launching the application, you can import the video from your computer or the library. Then, drag the clip to the processing interface.
Step 2: Launch the Adjustment Layer
Click My Media>Adjustment Layer>Preset to process a new task. Alternatively, you can modify your saved presets in Custom. Then, drag the Adjustment Layer to the timeline above the video clip.
Step 3: Change the detailed settings
Drag the Adjustment Layer in the timeline back and forth to perfectly match the duration of the video.
Then, one-click to open the settings interface on the right of the screen. When you are done, click Ok. There are two settings options: Layer and Color.
- The Layer settings include basic modifications, such as Scale, Position, Flip & Rotate, Rotate, Blend Mode, and Opacity, as well as Animation.
- In terms of Color, you can apply various built-in presets and change the White Balance or set Color, Light, Vignette, and Color Match.
Step 4: Add more effects
Click Effects in the toolbar at the top of the interface. Besides a variety of Default choices, you can find whatever you want in Filmstock.
Drag your needed effect to the Adjustment Layer in the timeline. After that, the effect settings are available. If you need to adjust the effect, click the layer in the timeline. Then, the settings window will appear on the left side of the interface.
To delete the Adjustment Layer feature, you can select the clip in the timeline, right-click on your mouse, and click Delete.
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