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Brett Kelly
Boris Red and Transitions within Premiere Pro
on Nov 22, 2012 at 5:38:19 am

Hi, maybe I'm missing something here but I can't get the transitions in Premiere Pro to affect both the incoming and outgoing clips. The effect will render on the incoming side but the outgoing isn't being affected. I've tried the source and reveal setting but the effect doesn't take on the outgoing clip. Anyone had this on PPro CS 5.5?


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peter mcauley
Re: Boris Red and Transitions within Premiere Pro
on Nov 26, 2012 at 3:58:43 pm

Hi,

I just tried that on my system here and it worked as expected. I used Premiere Pro 5.5.2 on Windows with Boris RED Transition 5.2. Applied this to the transition area, entered the RED UI, set up the transition that I wanted by selecting one of the presets from the Library Browser and entered back into the Premiere Pro UI. Then I rendered the effect and the transition appeared as expected.

Are you sure that you're using the RED Transition from the Video Transitions menu in Premiere?

Thanks,

Peter.



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Brett Kelly
Re: Boris Red and Transitions within Premiere Pro
on Nov 26, 2012 at 10:10:28 pm

Thanks Peter, yeah I am using the transition effect. The effect does work but it only affects the incoming portion of the clip. Maybe that's normal function. I notice in the composition V1 and V2 being V1 the incoming and V2 the outgoing and the transition effect is only applied to V1 which is why I guess it doesnt affect the outgoing clip. Would be nice if the effect can transition between the two on say the lens wipe or swish pan transition.


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peter mcauley
Re: Boris Red and Transitions within Premiere Pro
on Nov 26, 2012 at 10:22:46 pm

Hi Bret,

I think you're almost there - and I think I understand what is happening.

Here are the steps:

• apply Boris RED to the transition between two clips butted together in the PP timeline
• enter the Boris RED interface
• delete the tracks in the RED timeline
• add a single new track and set that to V1
• add the swish pan transition filter on top of this track
• click on the swish pan filter to bring parameters into the control panel
• select Auto from the Animation pop-up
• twirl open the Swish Pan filter in the RED timeline to reveal the sub-tracks
• select V2 for the Layer to Reveal by clicking on the (default) V1 on the sub-track and selecting V2 from the pop-up list
• scrub the timeline and you should have the transition effect
• click apply to return to the PP timeline

Can you please try that and let me know if this works for you?

Thanks,

Peter.



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Brett Kelly
Re: Boris Red and Transitions within Premiere Pro
on Nov 26, 2012 at 11:01:55 pm

Oh worked it out, all I need to do is changed Media from V1 to V2 and bang it works fine :-)

Thanks Peter.


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