Transitions in Premiere Pro

 
Latest tutorial: Transitions in Premiere Pro

Overview of the options available for creating accurate cuts, dissolves and wipes. The limitations and gotchas of Premiere Pro. And how you can improve your inventory of effects and transitions by using third-party plug-in’s from the Sapphire family.



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9 comments
9 yusuf
Tuesday 11 February, 2014 16:21:49
Very Useful thank you so much, much appreciated eran
8 KAzuyuki Yoshida
Tuesday 18 September, 2012 10:59:53
Wonder if Premiere Pro out of the second bullet
7 Valters / Filmu Studija
Tuesday 03 April, 2012 18:47:23
Thank you Eran! Very nice Premiere CS5 tutorials, will use in the future.
6 ffatop
Tuesday 20 March, 2012 19:22:05
good one thx
5 Eran Stern
Sunday 26 February, 2012 10:23:08

Thanks for the heads up Tom, BorisRED is one of my most favorite tools, I'm planning to record a sequal tutorial which shows how to use it with Premiere Pro.

4 Tom Dagion
Saturday 25 February, 2012 18:31:25
Heres an update, Eran. Boris Red 5 for the Mac 64 has recently been released. It offers way more options and control for creating Premiere Pro 5.5 transitions. Ir also has a vast library of presets available. And at a price point less then Sapphire. I believe it is the best choice for editors looking for more creative options for transitions in PrP.
3 MIHAI
Saturday 25 February, 2012 13:53:16
Thank you Eran! Great tips and verry usefull.
2 Eran Stern
Monday 29 August, 2011 08:11:20

Tom, Thanks for your input. I agree about the premium price of Sapphire plug-ins, but I think you get a valuable product (V6 is even more impressive). As for FX Factory, I digg it as well, however as far as I know, it only supports FCP and After Effects. I really wish we can use it in Premiere Pro as well. It is also a Mac only solution.

1 Tom Daigon Editor / Motion Graphics
Monday 29 August, 2011 00:42:52
I think Sapphire is good, but way over priced and dated. FX Factory has a lot of the same things with additional innovative ones as well. There is a certain snob appeal to owning Sapphire but better bang for buck with FX Factory.
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