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Creating Transitions with BCC 6 AE's Swish Pan Filter

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Editors use transitions as a way to cut between scenes, typically creating an animated effect such as a dissolve or blur at the end of the outgoing clip and the beginning of the incoming clip. While most modern NLE systems ship with standard wipe transitions, there are some transition styles that are more of an in-camera effect rather than a synthesized gradient wipe or block dissolve. One of these effects, known as a Swish Pan, is created by panning the camera very quickly in a 180 degree arc, creating the look of a fast blur between the outgoing and incoming clips. Continuing in the tradition of making visual effects easy to create, Boris Continuum Complete 6 AE now includes a Swish Pan transition filter which is available free for registered BCC 6 AE users. In this video tutorial, we'll use the new BCC 6 Swish Pan filter to transition between a pair of clips.



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Re: Creating Transitions with BCC 6 AE's Swish Pan Filter
by John Pirtle
How do you constrain the swishpan effect to a particular layer. Lets say I want the swishpan to occur between two Graphics and I want the underlying layer to not be affected.
Awesome, but...
by James Janisse
Great tutorial, but do you know of any comparable effect for Final Cut Pro? The only thing I saw online was a recommendation for GenArt's Sapphire effects, but my interest in that dropped as soon as I saw the price tag.
Thank you Paul!
by Juan Hernandez
Thank you for the swish pan tutorial. I like your tutorials. Cant wait to contribute some of my own. Thank you sir for the delightful enlightenment.
Very Nice...
by tuan dang
Totally appreciate putting this little tutorial out there. Thanks!


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