Apply a hue/saturation filter, add a keyframe at the beginning and take the saturation all the way down. Then add it back in with another keyframe.
Hope this helps,
Sorry to ask this question, but where would I find the hue / saturation filter you are talking about, I am looking in the color correction
areas and can't find it.
I did a bit of Googling, and even typed in "hue" into the search bar in Premiere and there's nothing, so it's a sub-set but which
filter are you thinking of ?
Thanks for your time Dennis
I do not have CS4, so it might have been added. PS does have this as both an Adjustment and as an Adjustment Layer choice.
In my version, I would use the B/W Effect, but then use the Razor, between where I wanted that Effect, and the full-color version, and then just add a Cross-Dissolve.
Again, maybe CS4 has added the Hue & Saturation Effect, but I do not have it.
Color Balance (HLS) is what you want. The name isn't exactly what
Dennis said, but it does have HLS controls, and animating the saturation
parameter will do the trick.
Hello everyone, thanks for your help, and input, I appreciate it.
Jeff, you hit the nail on the head... exactly what I wanted to do. I am thankful that Bill jumped in with what he said,
that's a good work around, shame on me for not thinking of that.
Jeff, I tried it earlier and it was too easy. Nice !
thanks for the help,
Ah, you are correct! I was poking around looking for the Photoshop Adjustment name. Duh! Spending too much time on the PS forum...
Thanks from me, and I see from the OP too.