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HalCon
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I have been playing with some of the capabilities of using multiple tracks. I decided to experiment with the mirror effect procedures that I have often used.

In this short test I used 10 tracks with no pre-production. As you can see in the screen shot I used the flip canvas effect from PD in one of the tracks. The other tracks were all done manually. The reason for using the PD flip canvas effect on that clip (lower right clip) is that you can flip both horizontal and vertical at the same time. In the PIP modify you can only flip one or the other

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zcZchWMUaH8

Check your volume control, as I left the original audio active in all tracks.

Enjoy,

Hal
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Work space for mirror effect
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OS - Win11 Pro, Alienware R13, CPU - Intel Core I7-12700KF 12 CPUs), 16g DDR5 4400 RAM, Video - Geeforce RTX 3080ti 12g, PD11 & PD365
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