How To Create RGB SPLIT & Ripple Transitions like in Youtube Rewind 2018

How To Create RGB SPLIT & Ripple Transitions like in Youtube Rewind 2018
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    Yo! They just uploaded YouTube rewind there's this one thing they forgot
    I control the YouTube rewind transitions and how about showing something that's
    mine alright so we're back off to Spain are you ready
    all right so I hope you enjoyed that little intro YouTube rewind was really
    cool they forgot a few things that I found quite important for a YouTube
    history 2018 but anyway in this tutorial I will be showing you how they created
    their transitions they're pretty cool and I've seen them often lately so I
    think it's kind of a trend going so why not learn how to create them it's
    actually a little bit more sophisticated than you might think but we're gonna do
    everything inside of Adobe Premiere Pro which is really cool and as you already
    know we do have an epic transition spec which has a ton of customized abilities
    to create original and cool-looking transitions in Adobe After Effects I
    will put a link in the description below and we're currently working on the
    transitions back for it'll be Premiere Pro because most of the editing goes in
    Adobe Premiere Pro and shifting to After Effects might not always be the best
    solution but it's a little bit harder so we'll need some time but once that's
    ready it will also have a link in the description below so without further ado
    let's open up Adobe Premiere Pro and get started
    alright so here I am in Adobe Premiere Pro and as you can see I prepared these
    two video files which you can download with the link in the description below
    so you can follow along with the exact same footage as me so here we have my
    intro and then we have a the kind of follow up video nothing too big here
    actually you can do it on whatever kind of video you have lying around I will
    select these two video clips and I will drag them into a new sequence so right
    here I'm just gonna mute the audio layer for this tutorial but what we want to do
    is essentially I'm taking my phone and then I snap my fingers like right here
    you can actually see that with the audio if you look carefully you see this kind
    of peak in the waveform and that means there is the transition starting so
    we're going to cut away here and what we want to do is actually right on that
    snap we also want to transition maybe like ten frames further in time maybe
    fifteen let's try 15 or even 20 so 20 frames after the snap the
    transition the clip ends and we get into the next clip so right here what we want
    to do here is the first transition is actually a combination of two
    transitions they're using in the entire video clip first you have that kind of
    zoom in RGB split effect which is really cool but they took it a little step
    further we're gonna see how to do that and then afterwards we're gonna
    concentrate on the transition everything that you're gonna learn in this tutorial
    you can also just combined with other effects and just be creative it's not
    because I show you in this one way that you can't use it in multiple ways it's
    all stacking up effects it's gonna be really clear to follow so let's continue
    so the first thing that we want to do is create that RGB split effect to do that
    what you need to do is click on your original video layer and duplicate it on
    top to do that we're gonna hold alt and drag it on top once and three times so
    we need to see it three times right here the reason why is RGB red green blue for
    example three colors three clips we're going to isolate every single color clip
    into every specific color to do that we're going to effects video effects
    color correction and we're gonna use the RGB it's not here so I'm going to just
    search for it color button color balance RGB so if we're going to apply that to
    my first video layer we can go to the effects controls right here in here we
    can just isolate every single color so we're gonna zero out the green and zero
    out to blue so we only have the Reds still here for the next clip we're gonna
    drag this effect again to it and this time we zero out the red and blue and
    then once more to the bottom layer and here we're gonna isolate the red and the
    green so now we have every single color you can see the top layer is red the
    bottom layer while the middle layer is green and then blue so we can see the
    mix up here to not combine these layers again to show the original colors so
    there are two ways to do this you can use the blending mode screen but screen
    also has a possibility on brightening your effect and that's not what you want
    you want to be using lighten lighten a lot of people
    don't notice but Leiden is a blending mode that doesn't enhance the brightness
    of your scene but will blend the colors together and just blend your two clips
    together on top of each other so that's what we need to do here we're gonna do
    it for the top layer and the middle layer the bottom layer can stay at
    blending mode normal because it's the bottom layer so that's pretty clear and
    then what we want to do is animate the scale here
    to do that I'm going to be using a effect distort transition so right here
    distort and then transform I'm going to apply that to my first layer the reason
    why is here we can apply some motion blur afterwards and we can do that with
    the scale property so what I will do is click on the stopwatch for a scale at
    100 right here put that keyframe to the beginning and click on the stopwatch to
    make a keyframe if you don't know how to do that then we're going to change the
    value to something like 300 something insane and this one is going at the end
    then we can open up these effects and we can kind of soften this out so if we
    open up the tab here for the scale we can take this anchor point and just drag
    it to the right and just try to kind of make these parallel but now it's going
    to slowly ramp up to that size so currently we only animated the red
    Channel the red channel here so what we want to do is click on this video layer
    and go to the beginning of this timeline and click on emotion and copy this
    transform effect but before we're going to copy this we're already going to
    introduce a little bit of motion blur to do that we're going to uncheck the use
    composition shutter speed and we're going to change the shutter angle to
    something like 180 click on the transform copy this and paste it on the
    other clips so now we want to do something that right now you don't see
    anything you don't see any shift going the reason why is because they're
    currently scaling up at the exact same speed so that's not what you want at the
    end what you want to do is you want to scale up one a little bit more and the
    other a little bit less to really get that split kind of going on the only
    problem that we have here is that the keyframes are at the end and when you go
    to the end keyframe you actually see the outer clip that's something that bothers
    me a lot but yeah what you can do here is just go one frame
    back and just put that keyframe over there for all of these and now we can
    concentrate on kind of mixing up the skill here so everything is set at 300
    what we want to do is maybe the first one here we're going to increase that to
    350 maybe and the second one to 250 so now we have a split movement going up
    and boomer in the next clip cool another thing that we can do is now use this
    layer just one of these layers alt and drag them on top and we're going to
    delete the color balance effect and in here we want it shift the scale to less
    a little bit well shorter and we're going to drag the
    first clip to the center of the clip so what you see now is something kind of
    trippy I'm staying here in the center but kind of the RGB split effect is
    already happening and then boom I zoom in in the next clip and that just makes
    it a little bit more intense a little bit more kind of advanced looking and it
    just looks pretty cool in my opinion so that's how to do that now let's get a
    look on how to do that one transition with the ripple effect in Adobe Premiere
    Pro to do that we're first going to kind of finalize the first clip so I'm going
    to select everything and I'm just going to right click and nest this sequence
    and just click OK so everything is tucked in nice together and if you
    double click on that you can just modify it right here so that just makes our
    timeline look a little bit cleaner but another reason why I'm doing that
    currently I'm filming from a tripod and I kind of think tripods are boring kind
    of movement especially in this case so what I will do is go to my presets and
    we have a preset pack called TC camera shake preset and if I open this up we
    have a bunch of and different than different shakes and these are organic
    real camera shakes so I like to use like a low shake from a medium shot and apply
    that to my scene you're going to see that now we have some kind of camera
    movement like someone is actually filming me I just think that looks a
    little bit cooler in my opinion but yeah if you want these I will put a link in
    the description below but yeah that's what I did in the original so that's why
    I'm doing it again so we have the transition already looks
    pretty cool actually and you can do this exact same transition to two
    the second layer and just kind of RGB then or something so so that's where it
    comes to becoming creative just do whatever you want to do but I'm just
    going to copy exactly how they did it in YouTube rewind so the next thing that we
    want to do is create a new adjustment layer we're going to create a new
    adjustment layer right here and click OK then we're going to drag this on top of
    this layer and actually I want kind of one third to be the beginning and
    two-thirds to last afterwards so something like this I'm just going to
    eyeball it a little bit but I think this looks ok and then I want to apply an
    effect called and go again to the video effects
    distort we're going to apply this turbulence displacement effect so if
    we're going to apply this to my adjustment layer you're going to see
    this ripple going on really really cool so for the amount I'm just going to
    change it to 75 for the size Alta to 75 and what I want to do is animate the
    evolution and the evolution is kind of the motion of the ripples so what we
    want to do is go to the beginning and click on a stopwatch for the evolution
    right here then go to the end of the clip and actually I don't understand why
    it's not showing the eggs okay so yeah premiere tends to do some weird things
    from time to time we all know that but yeah we're going to change this to like
    say something like 500 and now we have this kind of animation going on here of
    our ripple I look kind of funny here yeah actually better don't you think
    okay so what I will do here is any made-up the amount of the ripple so go
    to the center where the two clips connects click on the adjustment layer
    and click on the amount stopwatch for the turbulence displacement go to the
    beginning and change this to zero and now after that zero and also put that at
    the end so now we have kind of a ramp up and boom the only problem here and which
    they don't have in the YouTube original well the the YouTube rewind clip is that
    my face looks kind of really this toward it and like yeah crazy and kind of to
    balance the things out here what we can do
    is use our footage all to drag it on top and here I'm normal and I'm just going
    to change the blending mode again to lighten and now we have some kind of
    artsy-fartsy kind of a transition of course you can go in here and play
    around with the size maybe you want it a little bit less intense like 50 and
    actually I use 75 the reason why is because I was working on 4k footage so
    it actually looks a little bit different I'm going to change it to 35 and I think
    that's more like it or 40 and let's preview this I'm also going to make it a
    little bit more intense here in the center something like 150 okay and now
    to kind of really make these transitions smooth again open up the amount tab and
    here click on one of these first ones and just drag this anchor point and drag
    it down until you see kind of a parallel between these two and do the same for
    this one here okay so now it's really kind of ramping up and then slowly come
    to stuff I'm actually going to make an end point here and an out point here and
    go to sequence render in two out so we have a smooth playback and there we have
    it so what you're gonna do now is of course kind of speed it up I think my
    exit my adjustment layer is actually way way too big so what I will do is right
    here at the start will create it like this and then right here we split the
    layer and I kind of didn't take care of the animation time like right here we're
    gonna fade it out and then just trim the adjustment layer okay and then for the
    sound effects that really make this effect work I actually used epidemic
    sounds so you can go to the sound effects tab and search for kind of
    whooshes and right here if we all show all the matches right here you have
    plenty of bushes that you can kind of combine and really get your sound
    effects on point but everything I like transitions they work so much with sound
    so this is really gonna sell the effect and if you want you can actually you
    Jews epidemics sound for free 30 days long and are giving you that option if
    you click with a link in the description below alright and there we have it so
    that's a little bit more like it play around with all these settings and see
    where you end up alright so that's it for this video tutorial I hope you
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