Today I go over how to create a sketch transition in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. —AdobeMasters
All tagged Linear Wipe
In this #timelinetuesday tutorial video I am showing you how to get a smooth gradient / linear wipe that is nice than the standard gradient wipe with the use of linear wipe which does the job much nicer and also have more control over the angle its wiping instead of just the 8 we can dial into the right angle that fits your gradient wipe transition the best. —Chung Dha
Have you ever seen a behind the scenes video where you get to see all the changes that were made to a shot? It’s a pretty cool effect. The best part is that you can do it too and it’s so simple! So jump into Premiere Pro and try this effect out with us! —Motion Array
In this video tutorial I am showing you how to achieve or make a slice jump transition effect inside of Adobe Premiere Pro CC2017, but this effect can also be made in older version Creative Cloud and even in the Creative Suite series. This is a very simple and effective transition, without having a lot of fancy things happening. —Chung Dha
In this Premiere Pro Video Editing tutorial, we will use a Linear Wipe transition effect in Premiere to build a customizable split screen effect that will allow you to quickly create split screen effects to show an example of what you’re talking about on screen, to perform a full split-to-full screen transition, or to have a simple graphic (or video) pop out effect to give additional details about a scene that you’re showing in your video project. You’ll learn about animation, keyframes, the Push effect, Linear Wipes, and working with multiple clips in this tutorial. I hope you watch it and love it! —tutvid
Learn how to make FARGO style split screens or side by side videos in Adobe premiere Pro. —Orange83
If you're a fan of the Fargo TV show, then you're going to enjoy this Premiere Pro tutorial by Orange83. For those who don't know, the show makes use of some creative split screens to help tell the story. Orange83 includes an example at 0:23.
Creating the Fargo-style split screen is pretty easy. Just stack the clips in the timeline, use the Crop effect on the top clip to remove unwanted edges, and position the clips to taste. Watch Orange83 starting at 1:03 create his split screen using both the Crop and Motion effects.
If you want to have a black line dividing your split screen, simply position or crop the video clips so there is a gap between them. Otherwise, you can stylize your split screen by creating your own dividing line in the Title Designer. Create a new title and use the line tool to draw a line between your clips like Orange83 does at 2:47.
It's time to get more creative with split screens. At 3:40 Orange83 shows how to create an asymmetrical split screen with three clips. Same as before, use the clips' Motion effects to size and position the clips where you want them to go. This time, instead of using the Crop effect, apply the Linear Wipe effect and adjust the Duration and Angle of the transition. In this scenario you will have to use the Title Designer if you want to create dividing lines between your clips. The result is a very cool multi-split screen.
Learn how to create an animated logo intro, title or text in adobe Premiere Pro. We will also create a background, add a mirror effect and add animated lights to the logo. To achieve this animation we will use the following effects: 1. Vertical flip, 2. Linear wipe, 3. Gaussian blur, 4. Circle, and 5. Transform. We will also do a lot of key framing. —Orange83
Learn how to create a mirror or reflection effect in Premiere Pro. A very simple and short 1 minute tutorial for Adobe Premiere Pro. To achieve this effect we will use 3 effects: 1. Vertical Flip, 2. Linear Wipe, 2. Gaussian Blur. —Orange83
In this cool Premiere Pro tutorial, you'll learn how to quickly and easily create a split screen effect utilizing the Linear Wipe and Transform effects. You may be thinking to yourself, "Meh, I'm awesome. I already know how to do that with my eyes closed, a beer in one hand, and my phablet in the other." But, I'm pretty sure this is created in a unique way that you're unfamiliar with. —Motion Array
Ignace Aleya, YouTuber and the force behind Tolerated Cinematics, shows how to take the Linear Wipe transition in Premiere Pro to the next level. First, Ignace customizes the angle and feather of the Linear Wipe. Then, he overlays a snowflake animation on top of the wipe, making it appear like the snowflakes wipe from one shot to the next. Check out how Ignace created his snowflake animation in After Effects.
► Learn how to use the linear wipe transition to do some cool stuff with it such as a snowflake transition. ► BUY TEMPLATE HERE http://bit.ly/snowflaketransition —Ignace Aleya