What's New?
Supported Media Formats
Media Editing Terminology
2.Understanding the Workspace
Assistant Director
Videos and Photos Collection
Music Collection
Titles and Credits Collection
3.Getting Started
Adding Files to Collections
Conversion Wizard
Scene Detection and Clip Creation
Understanding Options
Trouble Adding Media Files?
4.Storyboard Operations
Adding Clips to Storyboard
Working with Clips
Split Video
Combining Clips
Image Duration
Cut, Copy, Paste and Remove
Effects and Transitions
Adding Effects to Clips
Changing Effect Settings
Animated Transform Effect
Blind Effect
Blur Effect
Brightness/Contrast Effect
Color Channel Effect
Image Transform Effect
Pan and Zoom Effect
Pixelate Effect
Posterize Effect
Rotate Effect
Threshold Effect
Wave Effect
Adding Transitions between Clips
Changing Transition Settings
Changing Transition Duration
Checker Board Transition
Cross Fade Transition
Iris Transition
Key Color Transitions
Picture Arrange Transition
Picture-in-Picture Transition
Pixelate Transition
Random Dissolve Transition
Slide Transition
Stretch Transition
Wipe Transitions
Wipe Categories
The Sound
Clip Audio
Volume Balance Control
Titles and Credits
5.Working with Projects
Creating New Projects
Opening and Saving Projects
Save to my computer
Save to mobile device
Share On Web
Send Video Email
Checking the Codecs installed on your PC
Trouble Exporting?
File Display Information
7.Capturing Media from Devices
Capturing from a Web Camera
Capturing from a Digital Video Camera
Importing from a Digital Video Camera
Controlling a Digital Video Camera
Capturing Snaps
Changing Capture Device
Changing Capture To Folder
Capturing in AVI Format
Capturing in WMV Format
Capturing without Audio
Changing Video/Audio Settings and Formats
Changing Snaps Output Format
Working with Captured Files
8.Keyboard Shortcuts
General Shortcuts
Capture Shortcuts
Storyboard Shortcuts
Preview Shortcuts

Auto Movie Creator 3.26

Pixelate Transition

The Pixelate transition starts with the first video clip or image, blurs it like the pixelate effect (by dividing the image into squares, and filling each square with the average color of all of the squares), and increases the size of the squares over time.  Halfway through (at maximum pixelation), it switches to an equally-pixelated version of the second video, and then decreases the size of the squares over time, until at the end what remains is a perfectly-sharp other video or image.

Pixel Size

This value defines the maximum size of the averaging squares which the Pixelate transition uses.  The larger the squares, the fewer of them in the video (and the most detail lost).

Swap video clips for this transition

By default this transition starts with the first video clip and ends with the second video clip.  Check this option to transition from the second clip to the first clip.



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