slimed wrote:when changing clips - so like a transition? one possibility is a quick pan inwards towards the end of a clip, along with a radial blur (proportional radius looks best) that gets stronger as the pan moves in, then vice versa at the beginning of the next clip. i'm not really sure what kind of zoom you're talking about, but if you want something subtle to add impact that could look nice. another simple possibility is to pan in at the end of a clip, and crossfade into the next clip when the the pan/"zoom" begins.
?another simple possibility is to pan in at the end of a clip, and crossfade into the next clip when the the pan/"zoom" begins
FXD960 wrote:Zoom like this anyway; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pqP8Ei1zPlA 2:14 for example
FXD960 wrote:Oh by the way, i was editing my last tutorial in Sony Vegas and i had to add a Twitch effect (RGB Split) to a 150MB file. Problem is that when i've done editing in AE, the file was 22GB.
How can i make the file smaller?