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Lesson 12. Applying Transitions > Working with Other Transitions

Working with Other Transitions

Dissolve transitions utilize a blending process, mixing the end of the outgoing clip with the beginning of the incoming clip. Other types of transition effects utilize different approaches. Wipe transitions, for example, use a replacement process in which part of the outgoing clip isreplaced by part of the incoming one. Iris transitions use a shape, such as a diamond or star, to reveal the incoming image. Other transitions push or slide the outgoing image out of the image area, replacing it with the incoming image.

Applying any type of transition effect is done the same way as applying a dissolve in the previous lessons. When a transition has additional effect parameters that can be adjusted, they will appear in the Transition Editor.


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