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    Hi. When I was using Premiere it had a transition called Dip to White, which faded out one clip to the other fading to white instead of black. I've tried to find a way to do this in Edius. Can anyone help me out? It's hard to explain it so I hope it makes sense and you can follow me. Thanks.
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  • #2
    Originally posted by Alpha Video View Post
    Hi. When I was using Premiere it had a transition called Dip to White, which faded out one clip to the other fading to white instead of black. I've tried to find a way to do this in Edius. Can anyone help me out? It's hard to explain it so I hope it makes sense and you can follow me. Thanks.
    Found my own answer here. Didn't search enough.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Alpha Video View Post
      Hi. When I was using Premiere it had a transition called Dip to White, which faded out one clip to the other fading to white instead of black. I've tried to find a way to do this in Edius. Can anyone help me out? It's hard to explain it so I hope it makes sense and you can follow me. Thanks.
      Very quick way to do this...... Right click timeline, 'New Clip', Colour Matte. Click on the first box, select white. Pop this clip under the clip you want to fade to white. Alter opacity to suite of clip you wish to fade - Job done.
      Sounds more complicated than it is - Whole thing takes seconds to do.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Alpha Video View Post
        Found my own answer here. Didn't search enough.
        I remember that post from a while back. I have the preset on all my edit setups. Great little addition thanks to Pat for that one.
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        • #5
          Would be great to have it in the standard presets.
          Newbies may not find their way to this solution.

          Andreas
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          • #6
            Ahhh, but what a perfect segue to pushing them to the joys of being able to make your own effects and save them...
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            • #7
              I made a fade to black using a GPU effect - and you can change the black to white if you want.

              http://www.dvc.uk.com/downloads/fade_to_black.zip
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              • #8
                A good example of DIY, David.
                Perfect on black and white.
                But, as Andreas said, it will be not a luxury to add some standard presets like these ones.

                Marc
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                • #9
                  I just add a white clip, from the colour matte, and make a dissolve of whatever duration into that. Always did that even from the days of Canopus Strom Lets Edit

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