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Red Filter

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I recently viewed a DVD for a dance recital that allowed the viewer to have the option of watching dance numbers in either "close up" or "wide view" formats. All I had to do was hit the "angle" button on my remote.

I shoot weddings and recitals, and would love to be able to provide that option for my clients. I am assuming this is done somewhere in an editing timeline of a given software... I use Final Cut. Any idea how I can allow my viewers to easily experience this feature while viewing their DVDs ?

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