Efekty

OpenShot has over 40 effects designed to manipulate the video or audio output of a clip.  Adjusting color hue, brightness, and gamma can all be done with effects.  Also, more exotic effects, such as distort, wave, old-film, green screen (also known as Chroma Key), and audio effects.

Add an Effect

To add an effect, switch to the Effects tab, select an effect from the list, and drag the effect onto a clip on the timeline.

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Effects Tab

This tab holds the effects list.  The list of effects can be filtered by toggling the “All Effects”, “Video”, or “Audio” buttons.  You can also type the first few letters of the effect name, and the list of effects will be filtered.

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Effects List

The effects list contains every effect available in OpenShot.  The list can be filtered with the buttons above this list.

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Clip

Drag the selected effect onto any clip.  Use the Clip Properties to adjust effect settings.  Also, you can double-click the effect icon, which is displayed on any clips that have effects, which will launch the clip properties screen.

Adjust Effect Settings

To adjust the settings of an effect, right-click on a clip, and choose Properties.  Switch to the Effects tab, and you will see a list of all effects that have been applied to the current clip.

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List of Effects

List of effects that belong to the selected clip.

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Effect Settings

A list of settings for the selected effect.  Click on an effect to load this list of settings.  As you change the values of these settings, use the Play button to preview the effect.

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Preview Buttons

Use the Play button and slider to preview the effects before you click Apply.

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Pridaj efekt

This button launches the Add Effect window.  Select an effect to add and click Add Effect.

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Remove Effect

This button removes the selected effect (if any).

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Move Effect

Effects are applied top to bottom.  Use these buttons to arrange the order of effects.  Use the Play button to preview your changes.