How to fade perfect

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How to fade perfect

Postby LeX » Wed May 26, 2010 3:06 pm

Hello Everybody!

I want to know how to fade perfects becuase everytime i fade is looks like shit >.>. Some great editors like Rider4z are fadind amazing and maybe perfect and i want to know how they do that!

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Re: How to fade perfect

Postby mirkosp » Wed May 26, 2010 5:42 pm

Sometimes opacity fading alone isn't enough and to make it look smoother some editors (like Rider4z, in fact, at least iirc) mix the fade with some chroma key/blending modes/masks to make the transitions more natural.
Aside from that I'm not sure what else you might be looking for. A thing I can point out is that if the scenes you're linking have similar motion/colours they'll probably look better when faded one within the other.
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Re: How to fade perfect

Postby LeX » Thu May 27, 2010 7:43 am

Thanks for this reply :)


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