Whip Pan Blurring TRANSITION EFFECT Premiere Pro


CREATE THIS CAMERA WHIPPING TRANSITION EFFECT! | Learn to create this simple transition with a single Adjustment Layer and even save it as a preset!

In this Premiere Pro video editing tutorial, we will use an Adjustment Layer and a few built in effects to create a simple whip pan transition effect. I will also show you how to create the keyframed animation and copy the whole thing and save it as a transition that will automatically adjust to the speed or duration of any transition or Adjustment Layer you choose to use. Enjoy!

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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. Create a new Adjustment Layer and drag it out above the video near the split in the clips
  2. Bump the playhead five frames back from the split and drag the edge of the Adjustment Layer back to match
  3. Bump the playhead ten frame beyond the split and drag the edge of the Adjustment Layer back to match this point as well
  4. Select the Adjustment Layer
  5. Effects Panel: Video Effects>Distort>Offset and drop it on the Adjustment Layer
  6. Animate “Shift Center To” starting at the default position (960 for a 1080p frame size) on the first frame of the Adjustment Layer to -960 on the last frame of the Adjustment Layer
  7. Drag a Directional Blur Effect onto the Adjustment Layer and set Direction to 90º and the Blur Length to 250.
  8. Add a keyframe to the exact frame where the video split happens and add a keyframe on either side of this keyframe with reset parameters.
  9. Drag Posterize Effect out onto the Adjustment Layer for a “crunchy” effect in this animation.
  10. Set the Level to 15 and drop the initial keyframe right at the split in the video as we did with the blur.
  11. Add keyframes on either side of that keyframe, but set the Level to 255. Drag these keyframes to the edges of each end of the Adjustment Layer.
  12. Add Ease Outs to the beginning keyframes and Ease Ins to the ending keyframes. Auto Bezier the center keyframes.

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