hope it's clear what i want
I am not sure, myself.
Things have rather changed since 6.0
I think OP wants split screen
Try the crop effect or the garbage matte effect.
Not clear and a very vague question ...but...if you actually happen to want "transparency" ...you now use Opacity and the Blend Modes which are a fixed effect on every clip and accessed from the Effects Window when a clip is selected.
thanks for answering and sorry that i was not precise enough. i attached a clip to show what i want. (2 vulcanos)
yes, i want to split screen. there are 2 stills (still image) and both are moving (one from left to right, the other one from right to left) they do not overlap. i don't want to crop any of those pics.
sorry, i can't find that function. please show me (or explain) step by step how to achive that.
many, many thanx again
First use garbage matte effect or crop effect to mask the clip to the area you want to see. Then use the motion effect (this is on every clip by default) to modify the x value across the screen for each clip, setting key frames for starting and ending positions.
Very simple and easy procedure, but yes, it is very different from how this was done in CS 0.6.
If you are just now jumping into PPro CS5 from Premiere 6, you'll find that a lot of things are done differently, and it may be a bit of a learning curve at first but it's all very logical and powerful once you understand the improvements.
(SIDEBAR: it's astounding that anyone using Premiere wouldn't have upgraded from v6 yet, that was about 12 years ago....we've had PPro 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, CS3, CS4, CS5, CS5.5 and soon to be CS6. But, better late than never. Welcome back!)
thanks. i must do something wrong, when i use garbage matte it crops/cuts me the pic, but i only want the visible area to be croped, so that the full pic/clip moves from left to right up to a certain visible area. sorry, what do i do wrong?
Got it....you can use a black video on the timeline in the track above your clip to set the area that you want to mask by using the motion adjustments for the black video. Duplicate this procedure for each additional clip.
thanks. no time to check it out. you hear from me
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I would go for a Track Matte.
Picture 1 in track 1, keyframe the movement
Picture 2 in track 2 and Nest.
In the nested sequence do the keyframing for movement
In the main sequence add the Track Matte Effect to track 2 and set it to track 3
In 3 add a white rectangular that fills half the screen.
YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! that's it!!!