FilmoraPro Video Editor
The Controls Panel is the place to find all of the properties that are related to the video clips you are working on. The user is free to select the features and properties that they intend to use on the video. It provides users with the required ease and flexibility to add features as desired.
The pre-built control panel helps with prepare video clips while also adding markers and other features to the clip as desired. The Properties are placed into groups where they can be accessed easily by users. There are two distinct properties in the control panel with features that users can choose to use when editing video clips. There is the Transform property group that contains, Position and Scale properties. These properties can be used to adjust where the features are to be placed on the video clip.
Located next to properties within the Controls Panel are checkboxes, direct values, sliders, rotation wheels, or the drop down menus. You can use these to edit your video clips properties. When considering anchoring text on the clip or editing other features, make use of the properties.
Inserting New Values:
Numeric values are normally used to quantify some properties and such can be adjusted by inserting a new value that you intend to adjust into the appropriate box. All the values within FilmoraPro's Controls Panel can be either be changed directly following the shown methods:
- Begin by clicking on the specific property that you intend to change then type in the new value into the right box. Press the Enter key so as to confirm your adjustments. You can also press the Tab key to confirm the new value you have inserted. Once you are through, move ahead to the next box.
- Move cursor into the box that has the value that you intend to change. Click on the value then and drag mouse to either the left or right as necessary so as to assign the new value to the specific property.
- Both the Ctrl key (PC) and the Cmd key (Mac) can be used at times to alternate between values that are either positive and negative values. It's important to note that alternating between values may not work for some of the properties that can only have positive values.
To adjust position property you can click on one of the value boxes the type in the new value that you have.
As a matter of choice, you can also place the cursor right over one of the boxes that has the values you want to adjust then click on the value and drag it left or right.
Note that the value that's in the first box will enable you to control the X-axis (left/right), while that on the second value allows you to control the Y-axis (up/down).
Slider ranges from either 0 to 100% or -100 to +100 with the zero value being in the middle. Users can use sliders to control saturation, opacity, and any other image properties.
With the help of Rotation wheels, users can get a more intuitive experience while adjusting the image angle.
0x value here shows the number of times at which an image has been rotated. Once an image has been rotated for over 360-degrees the 0x value will then change to 1x. There is no exact limit to the number of times that an image ca be rotated.
You can find the image's current angle on the rotation wheel. Next to 0x, the value gets reset to 0 every time the user reaches 360 degrees. Absolute value refers to the total number of degrees that results from all of the rotations.
By clicking on a checkbox property can either toggle on or off. Having a check mark within the checkbox shows that the property is enabled. Some of the checkboxes can also be enabled by default.
Drop Down Menus
By using Drop Down Menus users can choose from more than 2 options. Click on the arrow icon that's located on the left side of the default selection so as to see all of the options that are available. You can then select that which you may want to use.
On the Visual Effects page, users can learn more about the special controls of Color Correction and Scopes.