Deinterlaces an interlaced object using one of several possible methods.
This filter causes rasterization in 3D groups. For more information on rasterization, see
Parameters in the Inspector
Selects the dominant field. Value can be Upper or Lower.
Sets how the object is interlaced. This pop-up menu has three options:
• Duplicate: The nondominant field is eliminated and the data from the dominant field
is duplicated to fill in the missing lines.
• Interpolate: The nondominant field is eliminated and a new field is created by averaging
each pair of adjacent video lines to create new ones.
• Blend: The nondominant field is eliminated and new lines are created by averaging
the eliminated line with each pair of adjacent video lines.
Sets the percentage of the original image to be blended with the filtered image.
The HUD contains the following controls: Dominant Field and Method.
Motion has a flexible tool set that you can use to create simple shapes, complex
illustrations, and paint effects right in your project. The same techniques you use for
drawing can also be used to mask layers to produce a wide variety of transparency effects,
to crop out parts of still images, and to rotoscope moving subjects.
This chapter covers the following:
About Shapes, Masks, and Paint Strokes
The Difference Between Shapes, Paint Strokes, and Masks
Shape and Mask Drawing Tools
Adding Shapes from the Library
Copying Styles Between Shapes
Shape Controls in the HUD
Creating Illustrations Using Multiple Shapes
Creating Holes and Transparency in Shapes
Applying Filters to Shapes
Keyframing Shape Animation
Saving Shapes and Shape Styles
Using Masks to Create Transparency
Applying Image Masks to a Layer
Image Mask Parameters
Using Masks to Aid Keying Effects
Converting Between Shapes and Masks