These Flip Transitions were created when someone asked me how to do a 3D flip in FCPX. Sadly the default flip transition forces a solid background. So these ofter you 3 different types.
1. On edit going from one item to another
2. Start at edit, to bring items in from nothing
3. End on edit, to have items leave just pick from the pop up menu on which type of transition works best for you!
Here is a little video to see what the transitions look like:
Here’s the download link.
Just a fun, free FCP X transition plugin paying homage to a classic show! Your media spins around violently in the background while your logo flies forward and back in front of an icon of a bat. Adjust scale and position and color. Turn the bat and or logo on/off. Why waste any more time? Download it already and have fun!
More detailed instructions and installer here.
I recently saw this transition on the National Geographic television show “Continent 7: Antarctica” and had to find out how it was done. Then I found Justin Odisho‘s tutorial on how to create a smooth rotation spin transition effect in Adobe Premiere Pro CC…
It’s more than a simple transition!
It’s a rather complicated effect, but rest assured, once you’re done you can easily copy and paste your adjustment layers over other edit points in your timeline. Even better, save the sequence with the adjustment layers as a Premiere Pro project “template” and import the sequence into your other projects whenever you want it.
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The awesome FrameBlocking Transition for Adobe Premiere Pro CC is actually a transition I already used in several older videos of mine in Hong Kong, but have been more prominently used in the recent Vlogs I did in Turkey.
It is called “frame blocking” because it is literally using a single frame of the clip to block the previous shot and reveal the next one. For example…
To download the preset please follow this link:
For more tutorials, check here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list…
This week, GLJ Media is featuring five days of the Best DIY Premiere Transitions from across the web and their tutorials. Create something unusual, alter what you see here, and make them your own. Then go ahead and save them as your very own presets within Adobe Premiere.
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10 Clean Transitions for Free
On the project:
- 10 Transitions for Final Cut Pro X;
- 1 video tutorial.
- Quick and easy to edit in Final Cut Pro X
- Change duration
- Resolution 720, 1080
- No Plugins required
- Final Cut Pro X 10.2.3, Motion 5.2.3 (or later)
- Video tutorial included
- Music not included
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Professional-grade editing software has never been more accessible, but many amateur video editors are jumping in with both feet before truly understanding the craft or the art of it. Here are five of the most common mistakes to avoid as you begin your video editing career.
It’s truly never been easier or more affordable to own and master any given editing software. Naturally, the accessibility to pro-level NLEs, as well as free training via YouTube and other resources, has created a surge in the editing community. Just about everyone I know has a copy of Premiere Pro, FCPX, or DaVinci Resolve on their laptops — unfortunately, many of them don’t really know how to edit properly.
That’s not to say they don’t have the technical skills mastered, but rather that they don’t have the creative fundamentals of editing down. And so there are many amateur editors who mistake technical skill for creative ability, when in reality the two are mutually exclusive. Below are five of the most common creative mistakes that inexperienced editors will make:
1. Cutting Too Much
2. Cutting Too Little
3. Editing for Dialogue
4. Overusing Transitions and Filters
5. Opening With the Master
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If you had to give one piece of advice to an aspiring video editor, what would it be? Share in the comments below.