- July 26, 2017 at 3:20 am
Hello, here is a clip for reference of a “wipe”-like transition I’d like to learn how to do on premiere pro
Hope you guys can help. I’m really looking for other creative ways to transition between footage. If you know more please do let me know as well.
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- July 26, 2017 at 12:23 pm
The way they do it is they rotoscope the guy in the foreground who is not out of focus by very much in the actual shot, they add the wipe transition in the negative space after the rotoscope like normal. Then they blur him (the foreground) more so he appears to be farther out of focus than he was.
So basically they just use a normal wipe transition with a blurry section of video in the foreground covering the split. Least that’s what it looks like to me.
- July 26, 2017 at 5:17 pm
when will you be able to feather the edge on a wipe?
- July 26, 2017 at 6:21 pm
Disappointing since I’ve been able to do a
soft edged wipe on many platforms since the new 1980s
just not on premiere 😉
- July 26, 2017 at 7:49 pm
You can do this in Premiere.
instead of rotoscoping in AE use the mask feature from Opacity.
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- July 26, 2017 at 9:36 pm
Actually, I do this all the time in Avid….using the Animatte. The guy is already blurry…the camera dollys right to left, making his body cross the screen. Layer this shot on top, the incoming shot on the bottom, and mask out the area on the left of the guy in the dolly shot. This does have to be done frame by frame, and you need to create a custom mask to conform to his shape. Animate in Avid allows that, but in Premiere it’s called a MASK…not sure if it allows for drawing a shape around a subject and then accessing those points to move the mask with the shot. I should try to have a go with it sometimes.
I hope this is doable inside PPro, I did this in FCP and Avid a lot.
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- July 27, 2017 at 4:51 am
Yes Shane, you can do what you describe in Premiere. It’s actually better than Avid Animatte, imho…and way better than FCP 7.
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