You’ve got a handful of tools for working with visuals in the canvas. You can access them by right-clicking on a visual in the canvas. Note that some options only appear for certain types of visuals.
|Right-click and choose from the list to easily select a layer in the scene.
|Adjust layer order
|Right-click and choose to move your visual layer forward, backward, or to the front or back.
|Click and drag a visual's corner to scale while maintaining its aspect ratio; drag from the side to fill the visual's container without altering the proportions of the source media.
|Double click on an image or video, or right-click and select Crop to enter crop mode. Hit Esc, or double click the layer again to exit crop mode when done.
|Click and drag the outside of a visual’s corner to rotate it.
Right-click and replace the selected visual with media from your project files or stock media from the Media Library
|Paste the properties of one visual onto another visual in a scene.
|Duplicate the selected layer; you can also hold Option (Mac) or Alt (Windows) while dragging the layer to create a copy.
|You can replace any layer with new media, or swap the selected visual with another visual's position and properties in the active scene; for sequences, this tool allows you to swap the active video with any other video track in the sequence, or with the active speaker (if you select that option).
|Delete the visual from the scene.
Cropping or flipping visual layers
When you select a visual layer in the canvas, a floating toolbar will appear above the visual. You can then choose to Crop and Flip horizontal or Flip vertical.