Create a mask for the top layer that contains the rough torn edge of the paper and the tearaway half of the layer. Duplicate the layer and invert the mask (or set to Subtract) on the lower of the two layers, so the lower layer contains the section that doesn't tear away.
Apply the CC Twister or CC Page Turn effect to the upper layer, and animate the tearaway.
Thanks Andrew !
got it !
Thanks Todd for the link
I always appreciate your help as well
You guys are Gr8.
God Bless !
One other question that I have is
Is there way to soften the edges of a clip (feather look)
I still see the border lines from the original clip
Basically what I did is , I resized the clip to fit into the ripped page , but edges of the clip insdie the ripped page is still visible
Is there any way to soften the edges of a clip to make it look more natural , so it can blend better with the ripped page .
Create a mask on your layer and feather it. (You might consider adding Stylize>Roughen Edges)
Or use multiple instances of Transition>Linear Wipe at different angles, feathered.
Or use a layer with a radial gradient (ramp) as a track matte
Once again thank you very much Gentlemen ....
Andrew, Szalam and Todd
Very helpful hints and solutions
Problem Solved !!