Because we want to apply a video clip filter, we should ensure that the clip we are working with is a smart object
We've shown how to do this in another video on this website. Once it is a smart object, this basically flattens the image as one whole frame. Although that means we can't change the speed or specific details of that clip, we can apply a filter to the entire frame, rather than just on a frame-by-frame basis, as it would be before.
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