Working with Still and Animated Graphics with Transparency


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Working with still and animated graphics with transparency

A lot of times when creating a program, you may be given graphics and animation. And for the most part, a graphic is just like any other clip unless it has transparency information, and the jargon you will hear is an Alpha Channel. An Alpha Channel is just another way of saying that part of the clip is invisible or transparent. Let's go ahead and we have two clips in our Project Pane. One is a still, and one is a movie. And I am going to go ahead and launch the still into our source monitor, and as you can see, there's black elements right here.

It looks like it's over black. But in reality this is over a transparent channel, and if I open this up in a program such as Photoshop, I would actually see this is clear and not black. Now, if you go to the flyer, to the dropdown menu, you see there is an option that says Alpha, and if I click that, you notice this all goes white. This is actually showing me what the cutout is. Anything that's white is what we're going to see, a...

Working with still and animated graphics with transparency
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Working with still and animated graphics with transparency provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Abba Shapiro as part of the Premiere Pro CS6 Essential Training

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Video
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Premiere Pro
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