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FAQ:How do I add a border to a clip?

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Here's a filter that will do what you want:

1. Size your photo however you like with motion/scale settings
2. Drop the Radial Shadow filter on the clip (perspective folder)
3. Set the filter thusly:

Shadow color as desired
Opacity 100%
Projection Dim: start with 7; adjust to make border width as desired
Softness: start with 0 or adjust as desired
Render: as desired
Shadow only unchecked
Resize Layer: CHECKED

That will provide a border color of your choice and width and it will adjust as you scale or move the image.

Tip: Set it how you want, then paste the same filter into the same clip again and change the 2nd one to a contrasting color. Now you will have a matted photo look. Add a subtle soft drop shadow to sell it a bit more (put the drop shadow after both radial filters).

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