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Applying a Filter in Adobe Premiere

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How do you apply a video filter in Premiere?  I read the help file and did what it told me: select the clip in the timeline, go to filters, and select.  But I could not get the video I selected to show up on my original video! :|  How would I do this?
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Which version of Premiere?
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Oh, sorry, I forgot to mention that. I use (or should I say, am TRYING to use ;) Premiere 5.1 RT Win 98.
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Anyone know the answer to this question?
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You hjave done right so far. After selecting the clip, right clicking and selecting the filter, you must then render the selection so that the changes can be seen.  You will notice the blue bar is darker above the clip you changed.  This means it has some effect that has to be rendered (options from your toolbar) before it will be viewed properly.

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