Hmmm ... kinda puzzled here. There aren't any transitions used, these are just straight cut shot-to-shot. Basically, load a clip into the Source monitor, trim to length, drop it onto your timeline ... pretty straightforward. The only other thing was the animated bit counting down, for that you might do it in PrPro but a lot will tell you to head over to AfterEffects for that bit, but it would take a bit of learning to use the program with tutorials & etc. ...
Hey thanks for the quick reply!
If you look at the cuts, you can see the middle of the screen of the "10" becomes the basketball court and you can see the basketball court as the "10" zooms out.
Also when the next number "9" comes in, it comes in from the left, overlapping on top of the court and eventually taking over the whole clip.
I was wondering how, if at all possible, I could edit this so I can have my pickup basketball clip instead of the nba basketball court?
Hopefully that makes it a little clearer.
learn an application to do 3d animation
and create your own countdown
find a friend who can do it for you
steal the ones from the nba that are used in the youtube video,
cut mattes for them, and use them in your video...
then wait for the lawyers to contact you about the lawsuit
use the titler
I'd like to use option 3, I don't think the NBA really cares about a video that's going to have less than 100 views.
What are mattes? Is that how I will be able to cut in my own basketball videos in the place of the NBA basketball courts? I want it to transition seamlessly, if you can see in the video the basketball court is there as the countdown comes in and out, if that makes sense.
in case you didn't get the hint,
option 3 is illegal
if you're going to break copyright law,
you shouldn't expect public advice on how to proceed