Turbo Play contains a collection of built-in effects for you.
Built-in Audio Effects
Audio effects include:
- Amplification effects (Mute, Amplification, Normalization, Fades)
- Frequency processors (Graphic and Parametric equalizer, scientific filters)
- Dynamics processors (Compressor, Expander, Noise Gate, Multiband versions)
- Modulation effects (Chorus, Delay, Echo, Flanger, Phaser)
- Reverb (quick and advanced)
- Invert, Reverse, Noise Reduction
- Resample (through the scenes)
- Remix, allowing you to convert any number of channels to an arbitrary channel set (for example 1 to 2, 2 to 5.1 etc)
For more on these effects, see the Audio
Turbo Play supports VST 2.x, VST 3.x instruments and effects and VST 3.5+ expressions through VST instruments
Video effects include:
- Color effects (Saturation, Sepia, Grayscale, Color Matrix)
- Photo effects (Brighness, Contrast, Exposure, Invert, Sharpen, Vignette, Hue)
- Transforms (Rotation, Scaling, Translation)
- OpenCV (Face Blur)
- Text effects
- Various other stylistic effects
For more on these effects, see the Image
Video transitions include:
- Fades (simple, cross)
- Colors (sepia, tint, gray)
- Geometry (shapes, squares)
- Transforms (Move, Zoom, Perspective rotation)
- Blend mixes
- Stylistic transitions (Vignette, Posterize, Morphology, Emboss, Displacement)
Certain transitions can be combined into the same parts.
Audio effects applied to a track are'runtime' effects, also configurable through the mixer. Audio effects applied to a part are instantly 'rasterized'.
MIDI effects (VST instruments) are applied at runtime and they can also be rasterized on demand.
Video effects applied to images are rasterized immediately. Video effects applied to videos and transition effects are applied at runtime.