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Old August 31st, 2012, 09:26 PM   #1
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P in P Transitions....

Does anyone know of a plug in that will add picture in picture transitions similar to below-

Final Cut X has a heap you can just drop onto your cut and then adjust the length by dragging.
I know they are very iMovie-ish, but for certain types of edits I believe they would be handy, especially if editable such as the ones in FCX- Open transition in Motion, then replace or modify any aspect of it, backgrounds etc.
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Old August 31st, 2012, 09:53 PM   #2
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vasst scattershot?
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Old September 1st, 2012, 06:19 AM   #3
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Thanks Leslie
Hadnt seen that one before. Not sure if it will be the drag and drop easy option I was thinking of, but interesting none the less.
I might have a go at making one with parent motion, just need a script to apply it to increments of the chosen media like this.
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Scattershot will do this for you, it'll not have the rounded borders tho. You could also do this with a still frame graphic/png file and cutouts, plus some track motion. Scattershot isn't 100% the answer, but it's fast.
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Thanks for your reply Douglas. Ive just been watching the Scattershot Demo vid, impressive, yet as you noted its not really the same thing.
I did make one in Vegas, with a bit of to and fro ing between Vegas and Photoshop, that effect can be copied, but at a price of about 10-15 mins (first one mind you, it would get quicker I guess) its just not like the easy option in FCX where you can customise one or more to your liking and save them as new presets.
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