Create a new Widescreen project with no theme, and use File>Import>Movies to add the shots from the Dream source clips folder to a new event.
Drag shot one to the Project window. Click on the clip and press ‘I’ to open the Inspector. In the Clip Inspector, set the Speed to 50%.
Go to Video Effect and, in the Choose Video Effect window, click on the Romantic thumbnail. This gives the edges of the frame a dream-like blur.
Go to the Video Inspector and drag the White Point down and left to add a surreal purple hue. Pop the Saturation up to 140%.
Go back to the Clip Inspector and click the Audio Effect option. Choose the Echo option to create an eerie ambient sound effect then hit Done.
Click on the clip and choose Edit>Copy. Add the other four clips. Click on each clip and choose Edit>Paste Adjustments>All.
Click on the last clip and press ‘I’ to open the Inspector. In the Clip Inspector, click on the Reverse box to make people walk backwards.
Place a Cross Blur transition after the first clip. Use the Inspector to change Duration to 2:00. Tick Applies to all transitions and then click on Done.
Go to the Music and Sound Effects browser and choose the Foley folder. Add the Scuba Breathing sound to your project.
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