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Motion 4 - Technical Specifications

any layer to a Front view for easily modifying masks or editing text Timeline Editing and Layering Layer list view makes it easy to change the stacking order of any layer, group, filter, or animation behavior Grouping for applying compound transformations and filters Common “bring to front” and “send to back” functions Opacity and blend mode display for quick access on every layer and group Create drop zones for easy drag-and-drop image replacement Clone layers for linking instances of images...

Final Cut Studio 2: Motion 3 - Technical Specifications

strokes to animate in 3D space •Create 3D text behaviors for character-by-character animations with full 3D position and rotation control •Create 3D motion paths for layers, cameras, and light sources •Apply behaviors like throw, orbit, and vortex with 3D attributes •Isolate any layer to a Front view for easily modifying masks or editing text Timeline Editing and Layering •Layer list view makes it easy to change the stacking order of any layer, group, filter, or animation behavior •Grouping...

MainStage: Enveloper

are the two Gain sliders, one on each side of the central display. These govern the Attack and Release levels of each respective phase. Boosting the attack phase can add snap to a drum sound, or it can amplify the initial pluck or pick sound of a stringed instrument. Attenuating the attack causes percussive signals to fade in more softly. You can also mute the attack, making it virtually inaudible. A creative use for this effect is alteration of the attack transients to mask poor timing of recorded...

Shake 3.5 - Technical Specifications

blend modes. Import Photoshop layers with blend modes. Fully editable node grouping/ungrouping function. Keyframable shape-based masks . Expression-based layer operations. Channel swapping and copying, including Z channel. Constraint of any operation to channel, field, tolerance or region. Screen and Z-based compositing. External masking capabilities for every operator. Support for a wide variety of third-party plug-ins including The Foundry, GenArts, RE: Vision Effects, Ultimatte and others...

Shake 3.0 - Technical Specifications

with blend modes. New fully editable node grouping/ungrouping function. Keyframable shape-based masks . Expression-based layer operations. Channel swapping and copying, including Z channel. Constraint of any operation to channel, field, tolerance or region. Screen and Z-based compositing. External masking capabilities for every operator. Support for a wide variety of third-party plug-ins including The Foundry, GenArts, RE: Vision Effects, Ultimatte and others. Filters New film grain simulation...

Logic Pro X: Enveloper

are the two Gain sliders, one on each side of the central display. These govern the Attack and Release levels of each respective phase. Boosting the attack phase can add snap to a drum sound, or it can amplify the initial pluck or pick sound of a stringed instrument. Attenuating the attack causes percussive signals to fade in more softly. You can also mute the attack, making it virtually inaudible. A creative use for this effect is alteration of the attack transients to mask poor timing of recorded...

Motion 5.1.1 - User Guide

view 40 Add items from the Library 40 Inspector 40 Inspector overview 41 Inspector preview area 41 Properties 41 Behaviors 42 Filters 42 Object 44 HUD 46 Toolbar 46 Toolbar overview 47 2D Transform tools 49 3D Transform tool 49 View tools 50 Shape tools 50 Path Shape tools 3 67% resize factor 51 Paint Stroke tool 51 Text tool 51 Mask tools 52 HUD button 52 Object controls 53 Effects controls 53 Timing display 55 Canvas 55 Canvas overview 56 Status bar 57 Canvas view options 62 Zoom the Canvas 63...

Final Cut Pro X - Logic Effects Reference

Compressor 55 Compressor overview 57 Compressor parameters 58 Enveloper 58 Enveloper overview 59 Enveloper parameters 60 Expander 61 Gain plug-in 61 Limiter 62 Multichannel Gain 63 Multipressor 63 Multipressor overview 64 Multipressor parameters 65 Noise Gate 65 Noise Gate overview 65 Use the Noise Gate 67 Noise Gate parameters 67 Spectral Gate 67 Spectral Gate overview 68 Use the Spectral Gate 69 Spectral Gate parameters 69 Surround Compressor 69 Surround Compressor overview 70 Surround Compressor...

Final Cut Pro X (10.1.2) - User Guide

Logic Pro X Effects

Overdrive 81 Phase Distortion 82 Chapter 4: Dynamics processors 82 Dynamics processors overview 83 Adaptive Limiter 84 Compressor 84 Compressor overview 86 Use Compressor 87 DeEsser 89 Use Ducker 90 Enveloper 92 Expander 93 Limiter 94 Multipressor 94 Multipressor overview 94 Multipressor Display parameters 95 Multipressor Frequency Band parameters 96 Multipressor Output parameters 97 Use Multipressor 98 Noise Gate 98 Noise Gate overview 99 Use Noise Gate Contents 4 100 Surround Compressor 100 Surround...

Final Cut Pro X (10.0.9) - User Guide

MainStage 3 Effects

4: Dynamics processors 81 Dynamics processors overview 82 Adaptive Limiter 83 Compressor 83 Compressor overview 85 Use Compressor 87 DeEsser 88 Enveloper 90 Expander 91 Limiter 92 Multipressor 92 Multipressor overview 92 Multipressor Display parameters 93 Multipressor Frequency Band parameters 94 Multipressor Output parameters 95 Use Multipressor 96 Noise Gate 96 Noise Gate overview 97 Use Noise Gate Contents 4 98 Chapter 5: Equalizers 98 Equalizers overview 98 Channel EQ 98 Channel EQ...

iPhone User Guide for iOS 8.4

Screen 164 Speak Auto-text 164 Large, bold, and high-contrast text 164 Button Shapes 165 Reduce screen motion 165 On/off switch labels 165 Assignable ringtones and vibrations 165 Video Descriptions 165 Hearing aids 167 Mono audio and balance 167 Subtitles and closed captions 167 Siri 167 Widescreen keyboards 168 Large phone keypad 168 LED Flash for Alerts 168 Call audio routing 168 Phone noise cancelation 168 Guided Access 169 Switch Control 172 AssistiveTouch 174 TTY support 174 Visual voicemail 174...

iPad User Guide for iOS 8.4

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iPod touch User Guide for iOS 8.4

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Mac Pro Server (Mid 2010) - User Guide

name registrar. Â Detailed network settings, including IP address, subnet mask , and DNS servers. The network settings may be provided by your Internet router or a server on your network. If so, it should be configured to provide your server the same IP address all the time (static mapping or DHCP reservation). For help with Server Assistant, click the Help button in any pane. You can set up Mac OS X Lion Server remotely from another computer. For information, open the Server application...

Apple TV (3rd generation) - Setup Guide

you connect to your wireless network. If you use a name and password to access your network, have them ready. Use the Apple Remote to: 1 Select your network from the list, or enter your network name if the network is hidden. 2 Enter your network password (if you use one). Chapter 2 Configure. 17Chapter 2 Configure. If you don’t connect using DHCP, you may need to enter your IP address, subnet mask , router address, and DNS address. To complete the network connection, follow the onscreen...

Logic Pro X - Control Surfaces Support

Mac mini (Mid 2011) - User Guide

PowerBook G4 (12-inch, 1.33 GHz) - Getting Started

PowerBook G4 (17-inch, 1.67GHz) - User Guide

PowerBook G4 (15-inch, 1.33GHz/1.5GHz) - Getting Started

PowerBook G4 (17-inch, 1.5GHz) - Getting Started

PowerBook G4 (15-inch, 1.67/1.5GHz) - User Guide

PowerBook G4 (12-inch, 1.5 GHz) - User Guide

PowerBook G4 (15-inch, Double Layer Super Drive) - User Guide

PowerBook G4 (17-inch, Double Layer Super Drive) - User Guide

MacBook (13-inch) - User Guide

MacBook Pro (15-inch) - User Guide

MacBook Pro (17-inch) - User Guide