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The Transform effects allow you to introduce various transformations, such as rotation, shift and other to your media file. It also lets you reproduce the entire image or a part of it.

Effect Description
Flip Opens the Flip effect to flip an entire image horizontally or vertically
Twist Opens the Twist effect to rotate the image through its twisting
Perspective Opens the Perspective effect to transform the perspective in an image horizontally or vertically
Skew Opens the Skew effect to skew the entire image horizontally or vertically
Shift Opens the Shift effect to move your image along X and Y axes
Rotate Opens the Rotate effect to rotate the entire image
Resample Opens the Resample effect to reproduce the entire image
Zoom Opens the Zoom effect to magnify or reduce the image
Mirror Opens the Mirror effect to duplicate a part of the image
Twirl Opens the Twirl effect to spin the image around the center, creating a "twisted" image
Ripple Opens the Ripple effect to add spaced ripples to the image's surface
Wave Opens the Wave effect to create an undulating pattern on your image
Sphere Opens the Sphere effect to make a certain sphere-shaped area blurred
Cylinder Opens the Cylinder effect to make a certain cylinder-shaped area blurred
Glass Tile Opens the Glass Tile effect to give an impression of looking through glass tiles
Broken Glass Opens the Broken Glass effect to give an impression of looking through broken glass

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