Final Cut Pro 6 - Order of Effects Rendering

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Order of Effects Rendering

When you render effects in a sequence, they’re rendered in the following order:

 The top video track (the highest-numbered track) is rendered first and then

composited onto the track below.

 Within each track, effects are rendered as follows: speed, filters, motion, motion blur,

opacity, and transitions.

You can change the order of rendering by using nested sequences. For more
information, see Volume II, Chapter 23, “Sequence-to-Sequence Editing.”

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Chapter 29

Rendering and Video Processing Settings