Which statement about the Time Remapping effect is true?
A. you can only apply a single speed change to an entire clip
B. the audio portion of the clip is changed by the effect
C. you can vary the speed throughout the clip
D. time remap effects cannot be keyframed
You have a clip that you want to start playing at normal speed, then gradually change to slow motion, then gradually change back to normal speed. Which effect should you use?
A. Effects > Video > Timecode
B. Effects > Time > Posterize Time
C. Clip > Speed/Duration
D. Effect Controls > Time Remapping >Speed
Which statement about time remapping is true?
A. Time remapping allows you to speed up or reverse a clip, but not in the same clip.
B. Time remapping changes the speed of the audio track.
C. You can apply time remapping only to instances of clips in a Timeline panel, NOT to master clips.
D. You cannot speed up faster than 200%.
What happens when you lengthen a clip in a sequence by slowing its speed using Speed Change in the Timeline?
A. it overwrites any adjacent clips
B. the clip will grow and ripple everything down the timeline
C. the clip will grow until it touches the edge of any adjacent clip, then store any additional frames in the tail of the lengthened clip
D. the clip will grow until it touches the edge of any adjacent clip, and discards any additional frames
You want to perform an insert edit where all the clips to the right of the edit on Video 1 and Audio 1 to shift to the right, but you want to leave all the clips on Audio 2 in place. What should you do?
A. Enable Sync Lock on Video 1 and Audio 1.
B. Enable Sync Lock on Video 1 and Audio 2.
C. Enable Sync Lock on Video 2 and Audio 1.
D. Enable Sync Lock on Video 2 and Audio 2.
Click the Exhibit button.
You want to prevent a voiceover audio track from being modified as you perform insert edits. In the Sequence panel shown, which toggle box should you click?
How are the sync lock and track lock functions different?
A. A track that is sync locked can still be edited where a track that is track locked cannot
B. A track that is sync locked cannot be edited where a track that is track locked can
C. A track that is sync locked can be unlinked where a track that is track locked cannot
D. A track that is sync locked cannot be unlinked where a track that is track locked can
Click the Exhibit button.
In the Effect Controls panel shown, which icon should you click in order to be able to directly manipulate and adjust motion effect properties in the Program Monitor window?
With the intrinsic effects, which one has it’s own separate reset button?
Which keyframe interpolation method creates a uniform rate of change between keyframes?