Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video The layered transition stack, part of Premiere Pro Guru: Better Transitions.
- Earlier, I showed you the idea…of using certain transition-based effects…to create a custom transition…when clips were stacked on top of each other.…Well, by doing this you can actually use this…to force normal filters into becoming transitions.…I call it a layered transition stack.…Let me show you what I mean.…On the right here, you see…I forced the two clips to overlap.…All that happened here is selecting one clip…and then you can move it up by dragging.…
If you want to select just the video portion,…you can option or alt click on the clip.…Then pressing option or alt up arrow,…you'll see it jumps.…This makes it very easy to move it up just one track.…Now drag out the handles…so you create that manual overlap.…This manual overlap will allow you to apply a filter here…to create a transition.…For example, if I go over to the Effects panel here,…and simply explore my Video Effects,…let's grab a Distort.…
What I'm gonna do is create a Spherized Transition.…So I apply that and simply set it…so the Initial Value is 0.…
- 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 Appropriate for all
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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