Animates the image as if it is a page peeling away from the upper-left corner of the Canvas
to the lower-right corner.
This filter causes rasterization in 3D groups. For more information on rasterization, see
Page Curl filter applied
Parameters in the Inspector
Sets the animation of the page curl to Open or Close.
Defines the angle of the page turn. Alternatively, use the Angle onscreen control
(the small circle between the center circle and arrow) with the Rotate control (the arrow)
to set the direction of the page turn. For example, at an Angle value of 180 degrees, the
page turn begins along the right edge of the image.
Defines the rotation of the page turn. Alternatively, use the Rotation onscreen
control (the arrow) with the Angle control (the small circle between the center circle and
arrow) to set the direction of the page turn. For example, when Angle is set to 180 degrees
and Rotation is set to 130 degrees, the page turn begins along the upper-right corner of
Defines the size of the page curl. The larger the value, the more subtle the curl.
Defines the image’s opacity over the page curl animation. When set to 1, the
image remains opaque throughout the animation. When set to 100, the image is
transparent by the end of the animation.
Controls the darkness of the shadow that appears beneath the curling portion
of the image.
Defines a highlighted color on the back of the page.
Defines the color and opacity on the back of the page.
Turns animation of the page-turn effect on and off.
Defines the amount of curl in the static image when the Animate checkbox is
Sets the percentage of the original image to be blended with the distorted image.
Publishes the filter’s onscreen controls in Final Cut Pro X. For more
information on creating content for use in Final Cut Pro, see
Creating Templates for
Final Cut Pro X
The HUD contains the following controls: Direction, Angle, Rotation, Radius, Fade Out,
Shadow, Highlight Color, Back Color, Animate, and Percent.