Frame Wipes in Premiere Pro

How to create a "frame wipe" transition using Premier Pro.

Creating flashy transitions stylizes your edits and keeps the viewer interested in the content of your video. This tutorial goes into depth on how to create a custom transition where two videos are merged seamlessly when panning over an object which covers the frame. 

Key takeaways from the video:

  • Layering video makes it possible to use masks in order to show both videos at the same time
  • The four point polygonal mask tool (rectangle) is found under the Effect Controls>Opacity>Four Point Polygonal Mask 
  • Masks can be adjusted and keyframed
  • Right and Left arrow keys can be used to move forward and backward (respectively) in the timeline
  • The toggle animation tool (stop watch) creates keyframes which can then be manipulated over the span of different frames throughout the video
Thursday, February 21, 2019
Authored By:

Brian Puente

Brian Puente
Brian Puente
Support Specialist, Adobe Creative Cloud