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- Joined: Wed Dec 20, 2000 9:32 am
- Location: Chicago, IL
It's pretty simple actually. You have Clip A (your first clip) and Clip B (your 2nd) on the layer above A. You have Clip A on your timeline, not moving, just playing. Then, you keyframe the position of Clip B to slide in from right to left fairly quickly (like, 3-5 frames or so). The secondary motion is a little bit trickier, but it just involves doing softer less extreme moves afterwards with some easing on it, and throwing a bit of rotation in there. Make sure Motion Blur is turned on, and you're done.
- Australian Zeus
- Joined: Tue Jul 26, 2011 6:15 am
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- Location: Sydney, Australia
Have your first clip on the bottom of your transitional clip. Have it your second clip (on top of the first clip) slide in with motion blur activated. When the clip hits the end of the video screen, add a 6-8 degree rotation but blur it and have a slight change in scale so that you dont see the original clip (on bottom), change the scale back right after the the rotation finishes. If you can activate the motion blur for the entire top clip then the rotation will also be blurred already so you wouldn't need to blur the rotation manually.
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