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This video tutorial explain how to use the Seamless Transitions Preset Pack for Adobe Premiere Pro CC by Chung Dha, which is an improvement of the old Smooth Transitions V1 presets, as the new presets standardised the method of applying the presets and improved the quality of the transitions and having several additional transitions also and you can apply an RGB split on all of them.
This Seamless transition pack includes:
– Zoom Transitions ( Zoom IN , Zoom OUT)
– Spin Transitions (Spin CW, Spin CCW)
– Swish Pan Transitions ( Up, Down, Left, Right, TL, TR, BL, BR)
– Edge Spin Transitions (Top CW, Top CCW, Bottom CW, Bottom CCW)
– Rolling Transitions (Left CW, Left CCW, Right CW, Right CCW)
– RGB Split applied on all transitions
These transitions are made on a 15frames animation, however the transitions can be made faster by using less frames or slower by cutting more frames before applying the preset.
If any issue of the presets not working correctly or not working at all, nest your footage before applying the preset, by clicking on the footage with your right mouse and choose nest…
This is an additional effect, however it is on top of the effect and for certain computers this might become too heavy of an effect for your computer to handle.
This is a new Preset that only works together with the Seamless transitions Spin, Edge Spin and Rolling Transitions
To install the preset in Adobe Premiere Pro go to the Effects Tab, right mouse click onto the Presets Bin and select Import Preset.
Solutions to certain issues
Premiere Pro Crashing or working slow
Install Gopro Cineform and set your preview render setting to use Cineform YUV 10bit for rendering previews, this will improve the speeds of rendering previews. Also if your timeline got a lot of Red on top of the timeline instead of yellow or green, hit Enter to render Previews which will lessen the load. This still is a heavy effect to use inside of Premiere Pro due to the amount of effects. If your computer still have a lot of difficulties, do not use the B layer and leave it out and you will get a less quality effect but still with have the nice motion.
Error when rendering
If you are getting an “Error compiling render” message, you need to either restart your Premiere Pro if that does not work, you need to restart your computer to clear your cache or ram which been filled up during the editing. Once that is cleared, just open Premiere Pro and without scrubbing through the timeline, directly render your video.
If it is still having difficulties rendering, try rendering to Prores or DNxHD or Gopro Cineform which are faster and less heavy rendering codecs than H2.64. As H2.64 does a lot of compressing while rendering and causes crashes much easily. Once rendered out in those codecs you can convert them to H2.64 without needing rendering heavy effects at the same time.
However you can also try removing the B version, which are required to keep the quality, if you don’t mind it loosing the quality in the shots during the transitions. If you are still getting issues, suggest to individually render out the transitions as they might be too heavy to render as a whole together with a long timeline and just replaced the clips with rendered versions.
Swish Pan not working
If the effects are not moving correctly or not doing as it should, remove the directional blur or fast blur effect in effects control and go into Transform and change the “Shutter Angle” to 360.
Swish Pan LB IN is zoomed in
Copy over the Replicate effect from another clip, seem to have forgotten and missed this mistake.