Corel VideoStudio Pro User Guide
A specific frame in a clip that is flagged for special editing or other
activities in order to control the flow, playback or other characteristics
of the completed animation. For example, when applying a video filter,
assigning different effect levels on the beginning and end frames
shows a change in the appearance of the video from start to end of the
video clip. When creating a video, assigning key frames on parts where
there are high data transfer requirements helps control how smoothly
the video plays back.
Library (Corel VideoStudio Pro)
The Library is the repository for all of your media clips. You can store
video, audio, title, or color clips in the Library and instantly retrieve
them for use in a project.
A method of storing previously saved information in another program
without significantly affecting the size of the resulting file. Linking
offers another advantage in that the original file can be modified in its
original program and the changes will automatically be reflected in the
program where it is linked.
Points in a clip that have been marked for editing and trimming
purposes. A section can be selected from a longer clip by setting its
beginning (Mark in) and ending (Mark out).
This camera setting adjusts the exposure according to the brightness
of the subject. The common options for metering mode include
Evaluative, Partial, Spot, Center-weighted, and Multi-zone.
A cinematic and video production technique that tracks specific
objects in video clips. Video elements can be tracked by using selected
and distinct sets of pixels that are used to track movement. This process
can be done by the program automatically, tracked manually, or a