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Creating Mirror Images in Final Cut Pro

Creating a mirror image effect in Final Cut Pro is really easy to do.

mirror_images.png Simply load the clip you want to mirror into the Viewer window (by double-clicking on it), and go to the Effects Tab in your Browser.  Click on Perspective > Mirror and drag it into the Viewer onto your clip and you will immediately see the effect applied to your clip.

perspective_mirror.pngTo manipulate the Mirror Filter, click on the Filters Tab in your Viewer window and you will be able to see the parameters you can change, such as using the Reflection Center Point control to change the center of the reflection, and the Reflection Angle control to modify the angle of the mirror effect.

mirror_parameters.pngYou can also check out this article about using the flop filter, for another alternative to mirroring an image.

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