Join Maxim Jago for an in-depth discussion in this video Nested sequences combined with transitions, part of Premiere Pro CS6 Effects Workshop.
You can combine multiple transition effects by layering your clips, putting …them on different layers and giving them different effects. …And with a little bit of careful tweaking you can produce some pretty impressive results. …But you can also incorporate multiple clips inside the same transition. …I'm going to give you a pretty corny example here but hopefully it's going to …make the point. I've got three clips, all in the same …sequence here. they're just back-to-back, and let me …zoom out a little bit, and just have these set up at the beginning of the sequence.…
I've also got a master sequence with a background plate that I, well it's not a …plate, it's a video clip I've slowed down, that I want to transition those …three clips into, but I want to do it in one long transition. …And I'll show you what I mean. First of all, I'm going to turn these …three clips into a single clip, and I'm going to do that by taking the sequence …and dropping it into my timeline. In fact, I don't really need to do that. …
- Advanced keyframing
- Essential effects
- Adjusting color
- Adding transitions
- Working with time
- Creative effects
- Combined effect examples
- Sharing work with After Effects
Skill Level Intermediate
Premiere Pro: Documentary Editingwith Jason Osder3h 48m Intermediate
1. Exploring Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 Effects
2. Standard Controls
3. Essential Effects
4. Adjusting Color
5. Adding Transitions
6. Working with Time
7. Creative Effects
8. Combined Effect Examples
9. Sharing Work with After Effects
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