LUMA Fade Color Blotch Transition Effect Premiere Pro Tutorial

PREMIERE PRO TUTORIAL CREATE THIS COOL LUMA COLOR TRANSITION! | Learn all about the Ultra Key effect in Premiere Pro CC to create a cool transition.

In this Premiere Pro video editing tutorial, we’ll cover how to use the Ultra Key effect and combine that with a few keyframes to create a fully customizable and very cool cloudy color blotch type of effect on any transition that you have. I hope you enjoy it and share it with all of your friends and the whole world.

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Tutorial Recording Notes:

Disclaimer: these are the actual notes I used to record this video and are written in a language you may or may not understand. Hopefully, you find them useful or cool.

  1. Drag in the background video that you are transitioning to.
  2. Drag a clip of the video in that you’re transitioning from onto a track above that other clip.
  3. Drag an Ultra Key onto the top clip and sample a very dark blue (almost black) and then set Transparency to 100, Highlight to (try anywhere between 2.5 and 5 and watch the edges carefully and settle this where it looks best), Shadow to 0, Tolerance to 50, and Pedestal to 100
  4. Under Matte Cleanup, change Choke to 10 and Soften to 25
  5. Under Spill Suppression, change Range to 0
  6. Change the Output to Alpha Channel and duplicate this video up to the track above
  7. Select the middle track (that we just added that ultra key to) and get rid of the Ultra Key effect here.
  8. Add a Track Matte Key effect to this clip and set to Matte Luma and choose the track just above this clip and tick on Reverse if needed
  9. Go back to the clip with the Ultra Key applied to it and apply a keyframe for the Transparency parameter at the first frame and reduce it to “0” and move 20 frames out and increase it back to 100
  10. Move out to around 2+ seconds and add a keyframe for Highlight here and move 30 frames down the timeline and change Highlight to “0”
  11. Now you have the completed transition effect!