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Mit PanchaniHow to get this intro effects?
by on Nov 10, 2015 at 4:56:30 pm

Just as an example, quoting MKBHD's video:







In first 0:03 seconds, the intro ends showing directly the video, as if the intro was over the video layer and suddenly gets transparent and video cuts in.

For me currently as per what i know, my video starts after intro just like one video to other video transition.

Can i have little guide?


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Tiffany ScobeyRe: How to get this intro effects?
by on Nov 10, 2015 at 6:19:52 pm

It looks like you are correct in that the intro layer is over the video layer, but I don't think it gets transparent. It looks more like the rectangle is a shape layer with a large stroke and no fill, then being scaled up and opening to reveal the video beneath it.

Hope that helps
-Tiffany


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Iwan SmithRe: How to get this intro effects?
by on Nov 10, 2015 at 8:14:46 pm

Hi Mit,
You are right, the intro layer is over the video. The gray rombus has a simple mask opening while the elements are zooming. If you are interested I can reproduce it for you and send you the source file tomorrow for a few coins. Let me know if you are interested

http://iwansfactory.com
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Mit PanchaniRe: How to get this intro effects?
by on Nov 11, 2015 at 1:54:02 am

I shall await for any answer that comes by and give it a try. Will contact if at all can't do


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Iwan SmithRe: How to get this intro effects?
by on Nov 11, 2015 at 7:55:31 pm

Okay, Mit. If you decide to ask me to do the intro and ha d over the aep file, contact me through my website for fast reply, please.

http://iwansfactory.com
Motion graphics portfolio


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Michael SzalapskiRe: How to get this intro effects?
by on Nov 12, 2015 at 8:32:57 pm

I don't understand your question. Layering things is very basic After Effects skills.

Are you asking how to render a video so that you can lay it over top of other footage in an NLE like Premiere Pro? If so, simply render to a format and codec that support an alpha channel (such as QuickTime with the PNG codec) and make sure you check the RGB+Alpha settings in your render settings.

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