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Marty Hudzik May 1st, 2009 08:36 AM

good video transitions plugins for premiere?
Ok. I can't be the only one that thinks that the transition package that ships as part of premiere is seriously lacking....right? I do a large amount of motion graphics work and would love more 3d style transitions and organic transitions to help assist in flying in titles and graphics in a realistic manner. Years ago I had the Canopus DV storn and it had several cool
fly-in transitions for Premiere that made the video swoop down and upwards and stop into position, all while appearing to abide by real world physics. These transitions had polish and a professionalism to them (as well as being customizable) that Adobes transitions do not.

Now before turning this into a lecture on why these transitions are corny and shouldn't be used, I am only using them on titles and animations to enhance them...I am not using flyby, flyin transitions in narrative pieces....I know that would be cheesy.

Anyway......can anyone recommend a good plugin package that specialized in these types of transitions?


Tripp Woelfel May 1st, 2009 08:35 PM

After Effects. You can make what you want/need there.

Maybe I come from a different place, but the more I do this, the less I want my stuff to look like other peoples'.

Marty Hudzik May 2nd, 2009 08:16 AM

I can make what I want to some degree in premiere also. After Effects is great but not a good tool for quick transitions that you can drop in a timeline real quick. I am pretty good at after effects but I don't want have to have to go there just to change a product name, rerender and take back to premiere. Heck, I have livetype too but it is too long of a process to keep going out of premiere to accomplish simple transitions that available in $90 dollar home editing software I could get at walmart! Keep in mind I have limited time and budget based on client needs. I just don't have the time to keep leaving premiere to do these simple acts.

Jiri Fiala May 2nd, 2009 11:24 AM

Adorage from ProDAD works with Premiere (CS4 also). More at Adobe site Adobe Premiere Pro CS4: Third-party plug-ins

Vasco Dones May 2nd, 2009 07:19 PM

SpiceMaster by Pixelan?



Paolo Brambilla May 3rd, 2009 12:05 PM

Genarts Sapphire has some wonderful transitions.
Just a little tricky to use.

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