Adding transition effects


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Adding transition effects

In Final Cut Pro, transition effects can be added directly from the Video Transitions option under the Effects menu. In Media Composer, transition effects are very similar to those in FCP and we'll look at a couple of different ways to add and use them. Here in the swingdance_transitions sequence, you can see that I've already added a Dissolve. Let's zoom in here onto the end of the first clip in the sequence, like so. (Female speaker: Swing dancing brings you together, bring you to a simple time.) So we can dissolve between two clips on the same track, or between clips on different tracks if we want to.

In fact, let's do that right now. Let's create a transition between this Interview 1 clip here on V1 and the b-roll clip here, 73565. To do that, the first way I'm going to show you is using the Quick Transition dialog. So park near the transition that you wish to affect, make sure the correct track is active in your sequence, and then activate the Quick Transition...

Adding transition effects
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Adding transition effects provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Steve Holyhead as part of the Migrating from Final Cut Pro 7 to Avid Media Composer 5.5

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Video
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Final Cut Pro Media Composer
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