Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Clip-based transitions, part of Premiere Pro Guru: Better Transitions.
- While normally you'll use transitions…that you apply to a shot,…you can actually apply a transition effect as a filter.…This type of filter means that…it's transitioning the clip…but it's applied just to the entire clip.…This works particularly well…when you're compositing multiple tracks together,…for example, such as a title.…You'll notice in this case,…I've place the title for our production…over an opening wide shot…and what I'd like to do is…have that title fade on and off.…Well of course, I could simply add…a default transition at either end…and it'll do what I told it to do,…fading up and then back out on the backside.…
But that's not as interesting as it could be.…Let's remove those Cross Dissolves…by selecting them and pressing the Delete key.…Note if you click inadvertently,…you might delete the clip…so choose Undo and be precise…when you click on the Transition…before you press the Delete key.…From the Effects category,…you'll note that you have Transitions.…Now of course we can use these transitions…on the edge of a clip.…
- Applying transitions between clips
- Positioning transitions in the Timeline
- Customizing default transitions
- Trimming shots
- Combining effects and transitions
- Creating a blur transition
- Creating and applying custom gradients
- Saving transition presets
- Working with third-party transition plugins like Red Giant and CoreMelt
Skill Level Intermediate
Premiere Pro: Documentary Editingwith Jason Osder3h 48m Intermediate
1. Applying, and Working with, Transitions
2. Refining Transitions
3. Working with Effects and Transitions
4. Saving Transitions
5. Essential Third-Party Plugins
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