Each icon on the effects panel represents the effect that has been added. The order of the effects from left to right also represents the order in which they are applied to the clip.

fx_manager_effects_panel

Only effects that precede the selected effect are rendered: effects that follow the selected one are not rendered in the preview of FX Manager.

fx_manager_effects_panel_undone

In the example above, all the effects with disabled controls will be removed from the clip in the preview.

Editing Effect

You can correct the settings for any added effect. To do so, select the icon for the effect you wish to correct. The controls for this effect will appear, enabling you to correct the settings.

Deleting Effect

To delete a particular effect, select its icon and choose the "Remove" command from the context menu.

Managing Tools

The following instruments provide a wide range of tools in order to simplify the process of managing the clip:

FX_manager_managing_controls

Scale

FX_manager_scale_control

This tool allows you to scale the preview in the window in order to fit the image for your needs.

Selection Tool

fx_manager_selection_tool

The selection tool is used for selection of objects and controls in the FX Manager workflow.

Hand Tool

fx_manager_hand_tool

The hand tool is used for navigation in the preview. All the other functions available with the selection tool are also available using the hand tool.

Note
The hand tool is disabled when the "Fit to window" option is activated.

Event Tools

fx_manager_prev_event

Jumps to the beginning of the clip.

FX_manager_next_event

Jumps to the end of the clip.

Play/Stop

FX_manager_play_button FX_manager_stop_button

The "Play" button toggles the playback mode.

Gadget

fx_manager_gadgets_tool

Shows/hides the gadgets of the selected effect in the preview area. Gadgets provide an intuitive interface for manipulating the effect parameters and vary from effect to effect.

Fit Tool

FX_manager_fit_to_window

Fits the preview to the preview window.

Snapshot Tool

fx_manager_make_snap_shot

Makes a snapshot of the clip.

fx_manager_show_snap_shot

Displays the snapshot of the clip.