In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to create a tilt shift effect with Adobe Final Cut Studio. Begin by changing the video's speed to 300% and disable the Frame Blending. Now click on Effects, go to Video Filters, press on Time and select Strobe. Change the Strobe rate to 7-15 fps. Now switch to Motion and Duplicate the group. Then create a simple mask in the upper group and apply defocus to the lower group. Under Mask, increase the Feather rate up to 100%. Now add another mask around the building. When the mask is optimized, switch back to Final Cut. This video will benefit those viewers who enjoy creating and edit videos, and would like to learn how to create a tilt shift effect in their videos.
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