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Old February 10th, 2003, 01:19 PM   #1
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In premiere how do you have a black and white clip and have the color sort of drain in? ive been trying to learn this effect for weeks.if anyone knows please reply to this with instructions.THANKS!
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Old February 10th, 2003, 02:19 PM   #4
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In alomost every editting software, you will have the ability to crossfade bewteen two or more clips. Some software you might have to copy the entire clip, cut the end off of the fisrt one, and cut the beggining off of the second clip. Butt the two clips together. Remove any color from the first clip by either using the color correction function or other color grading tool, then use the "crossfader" or sometimes called "disolver", or "blender" as a transition between the two clips. Then render the entire length of the clips, go grab a coffee, and sit back and enjoy.

This will fade the color in. Experiment with other transitions to get other cool effects.

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