Does anyone know how to create the "smooth spin" transition as described here? I really want to use it in an edit I'm making. lease respond fast! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7lD3HuzsPL0
@patooks I'm not sure if this is exactly what you are searching for but here is a short export using two still images as 5 sec videos:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/a4br7y29qysagpw/flip transition test.mp4?dl=0
Here is an image of the settings:
And the .hfp file for Pro 2017 to play with if you like:
Edit: I added a Cross Zoom effect to it playing around:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/8xa34qp1v3e2hbn/Added a cross zoom .mp4?dl=0
@patooks Make a comp. Drop your two clips into it. Animate one to scale up and turn. Animate the other to start already turned (the opposite way) and scaled up, and finish level at normal scale. First keyframe of Clip A and last keyframe of Clip B should be Manual Bezier, possibly modified to exaggerate the ease in/out. Center keyframes (where the shots change)should be linear. Turn on motion blur. To help smooth the transition, overlap A and B by a few frames and animate opacity on the top clip to fade it out during the overlap.
I don't think there is a preset for this but... As @jsbarrett told you. Use Keyframes to replicate the effect. I would add:
A. Make the edit first (the cut), and cut 10 frames of each clip exactly as this tutorial
B. Make composite shot for every "10 frame clip".
C. Make sure the second clip (the one you are transitioning to) is already spining when the time of the edit (cut) comes.
The rest is as already explained: zoom, blur, rotate, etc.
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