3 Replies Latest reply on Dec 9, 2012 1:34 PM by BigDolo16

    Can these effects be accomplished in Premiere?

    BigDolo16 Level 1

      Please see the effect at :45, 1:44 and 3:03 in this video.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DttvXkg_5fY I'm sure the effect has a name but don't know what it is called - it is sort of a ghosting/image duplication and wanted to know if it can be done in Premiere.

       

      Also the effect at 2:53 in this video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LYu5r4IF53w See how the flag turns over with images coming from behind it, that would be a great transitional effect for a video I'm working on.

       

      Any help is appreciated, thanks!

        • 1. Re: Can these effects be accomplished in Premiere?
          Steven L. Gotz Level 5

          It is pretty simple to export the frame to Photoshop, create three separate layers by duplicating the first, and then after tinting the layers just import the PSD into Premiere Pro using the sequence settings so you can use the Motion effect to spread them out.

           

          As for the flag, I don't know of a simple way. You would have to use a track matte with some distortion. I don't know. It could be a bit of a hassle unless you used a page peel and were happy with it.

          • 2. Re: Can these effects be accomplished in Premiere?
            Ann Bens Adobe Community Professional & MVP

            1. Freeze the frame, duplicate twice. Add some color effects and Blendig Modes. Animate over time.

             

            2. The flag does not go over the image. They are a bunch of animated stars (they get more in numbers over time) over a red and white striped 'flag' whit the image on top. Image starts as a little pip, fades in, enlarges then fades out.

            The animated stars are best done in AE.

            • 3. Re: Can these effects be accomplished in Premiere?
              BigDolo16 Level 1

              Thanks for the responses Steven and Ann!

               

              Steven, I never knew I could do that with Photoshop, I will give that a shot.

               

              Ann, could you please clarify, when you say duplicate twice and blending modes...how would I get it to separate the way it does in the video? And secondly, I have AE but never used it...how would I import my Premiere project in to AE and apply effects?