Adobe premiere pro CS 6, for a technologically handicapped person like me, the name itself sounds very scary! But is using the tool difficult too? No, it is absolutely not! This tool is used for providing transitioning effects in videos. Fusion is a big rage these days. Mixing and matching videos are a craze today. But unsubtle transitions terrorize all your efforts to make a good video clip consisting of parts of different videos! Let’s see how this can be avoided by learning how to create a transition.
- The method here is pretty easy. The first thing is to get the desired video/transition from the file and then to bring it to the project panel. Drag this to the place called ‘timeline panel’. Once, you have chosen the files; you can move on to the core part of creating transition. To create a transition effect, select the project panel first, then click on the effect bar.
- You will observe here that a list of effects appears which includes effects like the audio effect, audio transitions, video effect, and video transition. All you have to do is select the ‘video transition’ effect, and another list of transitions that can be applied will occur. First and foremost, keep the videos in the transition form.
- Go to the video transition option and select the ‘dissolve’ option. There will be another 5-6 option seen in the ‘dissolve’ option. These 5-6 options are inbuilt options
- Now, using the selection tool, select the ‘cross dissolve’ effect in the drop-down Now, drag the effect that you have selected to the part of the video that you want to have the transition effect begin at. You simply and literally only have to place the effect over the video.
You would have successfully created a transition effect in the video if you followed the steps properly! Let us see what exactly the transition looks like!
- The beginning of the transition
- Transition point’s effect’s beginning into another composition
- Between the transition effect
- Let us see a clearer image of it
- Second transition’s beginning
- The first transition completely disappears!
So, video fusions are (hopefully) no longer confusing! Creating a transition is not difficult at all! In fact, once you get a nice grip on it, it is a piece of cake to create a transition!