Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Exporting sources from Premiere Pro, part of Motion Graphics for Video Editors: Creating Backgrounds.
…Often times for a motion graphics project,…you're going to want to take a video clip from your video project and move it over.…There's a couple things you could do right inside a nonlinear editing tool to…make this easier.…In this case, I have a simple shot of wine bottles, and…there's not a lot of movement, but…the traffic passing by has created some reflecting lights across the surface.…And it's just enough subtle movement that I like it.…However, when I get to the end here, let's tell that to loop.…And watch what happens as it jumps back to the beginning.…
There's a hard jump in there.…Both from a slight movement to the camera, perhaps the starting position and…end position were slightly different.…And the lighting.…It definitely jumps.…Well, that's pretty easy to fix.…If I come in here to the middle and take a tool, like the razor blade,…I can split this.…And, these two points are now seamless.…From here to here is a seamless loop.…So if we just switch the order here, and pull that one up, and…I'll move that down a little bit, we now have a seamless beginning and end.…
- The role of backgrounds in video
- Achieving proper color and contrast
- Gathering source material
- Working with gradients
- Filtering and blending backgrounds
- Using patterned tiles
- Shooting background plates
- Stacking and blending footage
- Designing backgrounds with the effects in After Effects
Skill Level Beginner
1. Background Essentials
2. Gathering Source Materials for Backgrounds
3. Working with Gradients
4. Designing Backgrounds with Photo Sources
5. Designing Backgrounds with Video Sources
6. Designing Backgrounds with After Effects
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