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Using Keyframe to Fade-In and Fade-Out an Effect

Last post 04-11-2021, 14:16 by LouisW. 2 replies.
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  •  04-10-2021, 19:29 813537

    Using Keyframe to Fade-In and Fade-Out an Effect

    In PS 24 Ultimate I have applied the Stylization Paint filter to a clip but I want to use keyframes to fade the effect in and out. In Editor => Effect, the controls for the effect do not provide a way to set the effect to zero, or not applied, and I just cannot find any instructions on how to do anything other than apply the effect to the entire clip. 

    I know it can be done because there are transitions in the application of effects in this demo video: 

    https://youtu.be/_b2Tu7_1-ao

    Thanks for any help anyone can provide. 

     

  •  04-11-2021, 3:17 813540 in reply to 813537

    Re:Using Keyframe to Fade-In and Fade-Out an Effect

    You're right.There is no way to set it to zero.

    Workaround : below your clip, duplicate it. Apply the effect to the clip on the top. Add fade out.  This way Studio will display the very same clip but without the effect.


  •  04-11-2021, 14:16 813568 in reply to 813540

    Re: Re:Using Keyframe to Fade-In and Fade-Out an Effect

    That's what I ended up doing - I just transition into the clip with the effect applied, then to transition out of the effect, I fade in the track with the unmodified clip and simultaneously fade out the track with the effect. It works fine, it just seems kludgy and I thought there would be a better way. 

    Thank you for your reply! 

     

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