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No extra effect needed, just put a white matte (color matte) under your footage with the edge feather (the matte in Video track 1, and your footage in Video track 2).
Ah yes, ovecourse, I didnt remebered that... Now the movie is done, and I added an extra sound effect so it's visible what is happening, but yes, maybe I'll use it
How can I put the white matte under my footage? It just stays over it
Put the white clip on a track below the tracks that contain the clips you want on top.
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Yes I know I must put the white clip below, but I don't know how can I do that
Drag one clip above to track 2 or higher, and the white clip below to track 1.
the white clip to track one? Wtf? lol, my white clip was on a smaller number than video... does that effect the sequence this is shown?
Time to put away your chefs hat for your curriculum planner, Jeff.
Hum? I understood that I should aplly a color matte, I did, but the white matte was visible instead of the video, so I did an opacity to white matte, wich had a good effect, but at least try to explain to me as a principiant, wich I am...
I just want to tell you that I already did it, thanks for the help =)