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- Using Face-Off Effect
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Audio Editing on Mac
Animation Editing on Mac
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AI Editing on Mac
Improving Performance& Troubleshooting
Filmora offers many types of transitions and the ability to customise the properties of the transitions.
To do that, you can right-click on the transition on the timeline, and a small menu will pop up.
You can right-click on the transition you've added and select Duration from the menu. Change the duration in the pop-up Duration Settings window and Click OK to apply the change.
Alternatively, once you've added a transition to the timeline, you can alter its duration by dragging one of its edges in the timeline.
The default duration of all Transitions is 2 seconds. Select Preferences under the Wondershare Filmora menu to change the default duration and switch to the Editing Tab. Find the “Transition Duration” and enter the new duration. This will become the new default duration for all transitions in your project.
You can also change more options of the transition by selecting Show properties. You can also select a Transition Mode in this menu to determine how your transition will sit between the clips. You can choose from Overlap, Prefix, and Postfix.
To apply the same transition through your entire project:Right-click on the transition you want to use and select APPLY TO ALL. But note that this transition can only be applied for the duration.
Click the OK button to confirm your adjustments
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