Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating and applying custom gradients from Photoshop, part of Premiere Pro Guru: Better Transitions.
Let's take a look at this last one.…In this case, I simply made a new document.…File, new, and choose from my film and video preset.…An option like HD TV.…Load your default black and white gradients,…and then choose new gradient.…It should use the default value of black and white.…If not, you can click on the pop up here,…and just reset the gradients, and the first one…should be foreground to background.…
Now it's very easy.…If you double click on that gradient,…you can move it around.…You can adjust its angle to create a soft edge…white from the lower left to the upper right corner.…This is where I made that radial gradient…to do a soft feathered transition from…a spot that goes out, or perhaps,…the reflected gradient for a barn door type white,…and the last one you saw earlier was the angle,…which went around in a circle.…You'll know how easy it is for you to set…the start point.…
Let's go back to that reflected there,…and adjust the scale just slightly.…It looks pretty good, and I'll save that out.…File, save as, transition two, jpeg,…
- 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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