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Clip is gone.
Put the footage in a new sequence on track two, put a colored matte on track one and crop and/or scale down the original source footage.
Then nest the new sequence into the main sequence.
I usually do the clip effect by adding a small crop around the edge and then solid composite. Same effect just in two steps.
I miss clip, too.
> In it, the gentleman shows how to add a simple frame around a piece of video that he was using for a video in video effect.
The guy narrating that video is no gentleman.
I don't see a smiley face, so I'm assuming you are serious, you don't like his methods ?
I actually enjoyed them.
Dave, Curt is the guy in the video. ;) cwrig = Curt Wrigley. :P
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Oh, I didn't know that, thanks for letting me in on the joke :-)
Now my cover is blown. I thought it was full proof. Thanks a lot Eddie!
Hello Curt and welcome to the group :-)
Apart from feeling rather foolish, here is a good question.
In Photoshop, we can quickly add a border to any image, by using the outline feature. Why would Adobe decide to remove the "clip" option ?
I don't understand this. Did they replace the "clip" feature with something more powerful ? ( I'll assume that there is no "outline" option that can be added to a video clip ( to give it a picture frame effect )
I thank everyone for their work-arounds this past week.
I dot work for Adobe, so I dont know.
But I know that for CS3 they attempted to give the MAC version parity with the pc version. Perhaps some of the filters were considered not worth it, or perhaps filters with attributes harder to port to mac were removed.
Its not a perfect theory, cause there are several filters on PC that are not on MAC.