Commit f98325de authored by Mohana Datta Yelugoti's avatar Mohana Datta Yelugoti

help: Fix small mistakes

Information regarding how video is previewed is changed,
also the instructions to go to configuring effects is changed, and
some minor detail regarding position of 'show clips as a detailed
list' is added.
parent d614b647
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<p>Select an existing clip on the timeline</p>
</item>
<item>
<p>Select the effect you want to remove in the <guiseq><gui>middle pane</gui><gui>Clip configuration</gui><gui>Effects</gui></guiseq></p>
<p>Select the effect you want to remove in the <guiseq><gui>middle pane</gui><gui>Clip</gui><gui>Effects</gui></guiseq></p>
</item>
<item>
<p>Click the <gui>Remove effect</gui> button</p>
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</section>
<section id="toggling">
<title>Toggling effects</title>
<p>If you want to temporarily disable an effect (to compare with and without the effect, or for performance reasons), click the corresponding checkbox in the <guiseq><gui>middle pane</gui><gui>Clip configuration</gui><gui>Effects</gui></guiseq>.</p>
<p>If you want to temporarily disable an effect (to compare with and without the effect, or for performance reasons), click the corresponding checkbox in the <guiseq><gui>middle pane</gui><gui>Clip</gui><gui>Effects</gui></guiseq>.</p>
</section>
</page>
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</section>
<section id="modes">
<title>View modes</title>
<p>The <gui>Media Library</gui> can display your clips in a list or in an icon view. The default mode is icon view because it display more clips without needing to scroll down. However, the list view mode shows more details about each clip. To activate/deactivate it, click on the <gui>Show clips as a detailed list</gui> button next to the search bar.</p>
<p>The <gui>Media Library</gui> can display your clips in a list or in an icon view. The default mode is icon view because it display more clips without needing to scroll down. However, the list view mode shows more details about each clip. To activate/deactivate it, click on the <gui>Show clips as a detailed list</gui> button to the left of search bar.</p>
</section>
<section id="selectingunused">
<title>Selecting unused clips</title>
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</section>
<section id="configuring">
<title>Configuring effects</title>
<p>To configure an effect, simply select it in the <guiseq><gui>middle pane</gui><gui>Clip configuration</gui><gui>Effects</gui></guiseq>. The properties that can be adjusted will appear below in the same tab. Each variable can be put back to its original value by clicking the corresponding <gui>Reset to default value</gui> button.</p>
<p>To configure an effect, simply select it in the <guiseq><gui>middle pane</gui><gui>Clip</gui><gui>Effects</gui></guiseq>. The properties that can be adjusted will appear below in the same tab. Each variable can be put back to its original value by clicking the corresponding <gui>Reset to default value</gui> button.</p>
</section>
<section id="keyframes">
<title>Animating effects with keyframes</title>
<p>The effect properties which can be controlled using keyframe curves have a <gui>Show keyframes for this property</gui> button. When you click it, the keyframe curves on the clip start controlling the respective property. You can now edit the keyframes to achieve the desired effect. Once you are done with editing, you can click the button again and the keyframe curve disappears from the clip. However, the effect property is still controlled by the adjusted keyframe curve (which is indicated by the filled shape on the button).</p>
<p>The effect properties which can be controlled using keyframe curves have a <gui>Show keyframes for this property</gui> button in diamond shape. When you click it, the keyframe curves on the clip start controlling the respective property. You can now edit the keyframes to achieve the desired effect. Once you are done with editing, you can click the button again and the keyframe curve disappears from the clip. However, the effect property is still controlled by the adjusted keyframe curve (which is indicated by the filled shape on the button).</p>
<p>Once a property becomes controlled, the widget for editing the property value directly is disabled. To remove the keyframes and be able to set again directly a constant value using the widget, you have to click the <gui>Reset to default value</gui> button. For more information on how to use keyframes see the <link xref="keyframecurves">Keyframe curves</link> page.</p>
<note>
<p>If there is no <gui>Show keyframes for this value</gui> button next to the effect variable, it cannot be controlled with keyframes.</p>
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