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A quick explaination of why you have 2 of the same filters.
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Let me get this in real quick for you guys. People was asking me, that they notice in the final cut that six that they look have a couple of different effects that are the same. Let me give you and example here. Like here you see that you have I have two dodging blurs but if you notice one is in effects plug and one is not. In some cases it is better to use an effects plug and it is better or another cases it might be better to use the native final cut plug-in. Effects plug has been available since 5.1 and above and that is why after effects uses them pretty big effects plug so that is the difference.
Once is an effects plug which is used by other programs in the sweet like motion or a laptop and this one without the effects plug in native to final cut and if you notice if I click on the native one and load it in the viewer you will see my adjustments over here channeling radius and if I click on my effects plug gauge and blur and load it in the viewer, you will see many more adjustments from vertical to mix to crop. So in this case the gauge in blur for the effects plug version is probably better but that is not in all cases.
Like, i say for instance Sepia, is the same way that the effects plug is better like it was the last time for the gauge and blur. In the Sepia’s case, here is the effects plug version just amount in mix and here is the native version that actually let you choose a color to highlight with and lets you adjust your highlights so in this case, the native version is better than the effects plus and in the gauge and blur’s case, the effects plug is better if this makes any sense. But that is the difference that is why you have to, want to in used by other programs in this week. The effects plug version is and one without the effects plug is just being used by final cut it is the native version. That is the difference guys, so I will see you next time.