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I don't remember there ever being Blending options in older versions of Premiere. Do you remember where you used to find them? The only method currently available is the Calculations effect.
Thanks Jeff for your reply.
As far as I can remember, in the Transparency setup of Effect Control of version 6.x, there were some blending option such as screen, multiply, luminance, etc. But of course the options were not as many as that in Photoshop. The screen and multiply effects are very useful and frequently used. In CS3, I think the Opacity effect is equivalent to the Transparency effect of versions 6.x. But there is no setup in Opacity effect.
I'll have a look at the Calculations effect.
Thanks again Jeff.
Thanks for your enlightening on the blending option.
I just tried the Calculations effect and tweaked with the parameters. There are a lot more controls over the older versions. I have also found the effects that I wanted.
Many thanks to you Jeff for helping me out :)
You're welcome. Regarding the old Transparency screen in versions before 7.0, those weren't really Blending Modes, per se. They were all key types. (Luma, Chroma, Screen, etc.) Alas, Premiere has never had full Photoshop blending modes like its older brother After Effects.
Oh, I see, thanks Jeff :)