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Premeire Unit D

True/False
Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false.
 

 1. 

You can apply more than one effect to a clip.
 

 2. 

Clips with video effects applied may not play back smoothly if they have not yet been rendered.
 

 3. 

Find Edges is an effect in the Image Control category.
 

 4. 

Video effect properties can be modified in the Monitor panel.
 

 5. 

Some video effects must be adjusted before you see a change in clip.
 

 6. 

Some video effects do not have any properties to adjust.
 

 7. 

Fixed effects cannot be removed from the Properties panel but their order can be changed.
 

 8. 

Opacity is the default fixed effect displayed on a clip’s list arrow.
 

 9. 

You can disable video effects from a clip without deleting them.
 

 10. 

If you experiment with the Opacity setting, you can make a clip almost transparent.
 

 11. 

The Favorites category on the Effects and Transitions panel allows you to store your favorite opacity settings.
 

 12. 

You can change the brightness and contrast of a clip without adding a video effect to it.
 

 13. 

When you apply a video effect to a clip, that effect must be applied to the entire duration of the clip.
 

Matching
 
 
Match each item with the correct statement below.
a.
Standard effect
i.
Saturation
b.
Fixed effect
j.
Hue
c.
History panel
k.
Toggle effect on or off icon
d.
Keyframes
l.
Opacity
e.
Favorites
m.
Interpolate
f.
Sample
n.
Property graph
g.
Contrast
o.
Preset
h.
Brightness
p.
Picture in Picture
 

 14. 

Preconfigured effects that you apply to clips to get sophisticated results quickly
 

 15. 

Pull color from anywhere on the screen using the Eyedropper Tool
 

 16. 

To calculate the difference in values between two keyframes, then adjust the settings between keyframes to create a smooth transition
 

 17. 

Special video and audio alterations you can apply to a clip to change the way it looks or sounds
 

 18. 

An example of a fixed effect
 

 19. 

The amount that a clip is transparent
 

 20. 

A location on the Effects and Transitions panel where you can store frequently used effects
 

 21. 

An Image Control fixed effect that allows you to lighten or darken a clip
 

 22. 

Affects the relative color of pixels
 

 23. 

A yellow line that displays keyframes for the current effect and that allows you to manipulate properties by dragging up or down
 

 24. 

A property that increases or decreases the strength of the colors
 

 25. 

Used for restoring your project to a certain point by deleting edits
 



 
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