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tatyana polocan these transitions be done in sony vegas?
by on Nov 4, 2011 at 8:26:52 am

Can these yellow-red abstract transitions be done in sony vegas? are these just some plugins to vegas? or, if not, in what programm are they done? they've become so popular, i can see them everywhere now...

thanks.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lNArt8VbCqo&ob=av2e


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Jeff SchroederRe: can these transitions be done in sony vegas?
by on Nov 4, 2011 at 2:09:43 pm

Yes, they are using a color-motion graphic. Put it on the track above, semitransparent.

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tatyana poloRe: can these transitions be done in sony vegas?
by on Nov 4, 2011 at 3:41:11 pm

what is 'color-motion graphic'? I tried to search it in google, but didn't succeed...
Am I to make them by myself, or i can download them somewhere (like templates, swipes, etc.)?


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Jeff SchroederRe: can these transitions be done in sony vegas?
by on Nov 4, 2011 at 6:07:16 pm

There are many available online, but I don't know where to direct you at the moment. I will work on an example to illustrate how it is done. When I get a break.

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tatyana poloRe: can these transitions be done in sony vegas?
by on Nov 4, 2011 at 7:21:48 pm

Thank you so much.


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Jeff SchroederRe: can these transitions be done in sony vegas?
by on Nov 4, 2011 at 7:30:57 pm

Are you using 10 or 11?

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Jeff SchroederRe: can these transitions be done in sony vegas?
by on Nov 4, 2011 at 8:03:00 pm

OK, I made this in version 10, limiting myself to what comes with Vegas Pro 10. I think it shows the general ideal and with a little bit of work could be turned into a nice transition.

Hope it helps.

http://f1.creativecow.net/3178/sample-transition?uploaded=file

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jerry irvingRe: can these transitions be done in sony vegas?
by on Nov 8, 2011 at 7:09:50 am

Hi, Tatyana,

You can do the color graphic effect with Sony Noise Texture generated media plug-in. Take a look at that by inserting a video track and inserting generated media onto it. When the selection window displays, select Sony Noise Texture. It is keyframe-able, which will allow you to create changing textures. As Jeff said, decrease opacity to cause it to merely tint the video instead of displaying as an opaque graphic.

The Sony Noise Texture generator uses two colors and a pseudo-random frequency generator to vary the pattern. Select the colors & opacity you want & experiment with the 'Frequency' and 'Noise parameters' settings to create a similar look to the pattern in the video.

You can use a composite-level track envelope to control opacity, from transparent (invisible) to be maximum desired opacity on the main-timeline track that contains the generated media event.

I notice in the music video you refer to that there are some occasional effects similar to the Sony Film Effects FX Plug-in (simulated scratches & simulated dust) though this wasn't specifically what you asked about.

Hope this helps,
Jerry


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