Smooth Zoom Transition Preset #adobe #premierepro #videoediting

This is an update for the Smooth Transitions Zoom Effects for Adobe Premiere Pro, which only contains the zoom presets. as this is a test version for the new upcoming Seamless transition Pack which will contain more. This improves the images quality as the previous version lowered the resolutions quite a lot, this also got an improvement on the method for applying the effect onto the clips.

1080p & 4K
This preset is now usable for both 1080p and 4k, but it needs to be 1080p for 1080p sequence or 4k for 4k sequence. If you use a different resolution than you timeline sequence, first nest the clip before applying the effects.

Also now being directly applied to the clip the there is no issue using an adjustment layer for grading. And in the video also explaining methods of altering the motion blur and where to add anchor keyframes to change the area where the zoom goes to.

TIP
You can achieve CrossZoom by using the ZoomIN OUT with the ZoomOUT IN presets on the clips to get a Cross Zoom transition.

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