Parallax Style Intro and Transition Video Effects Premiere Pro Tutorial
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HOW TO MAKE PARALLAX STYLE EFFECTS IN PREMIERE! | We’ll stack up the Adjustment Layers to knock down this effect. Check out the video, you’re going to love it!
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01:42 Creating the Intro Effect (after creating sequence and placing clip(s))
02:54 Making the Matte/Adjustment Layer “Sandwich”
06:52 Keyframing and animation
10:08 Making the effect more dynamic by curving the lines
11:42 Creating the transition effect
In this Premiere Pro video editing tutorial, we will take a look at how to create two different effects. First, we’ll create a simple parallax style bumper/intro effect to introduce new video clips in your story and then we’ll create a blurred parallax style video clip transition effect that you’re just going to love. Combining both Adjustment Layers and Color Mattes used as masks, we will be able to create a complex, multi-layered animation that looks much harder to create than it really is. Thanks for watching!
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