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Adobe Premiere Pro CC - YouTube - Commercials - TV - FX

teacher avatar Greyson James, Video Editor

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17 Lessons (1h 21m)
    • 1. Introduction: Adobe Premiere Pro Class Activities

      1:25
    • 2. YouTube: Matte Layer Transitions

      3:41
    • 3. TV: Entertainment Tonight Online Logo Split Screen FX

      8:04
    • 4. Commercials: T-Mobile Cropping Pink Color Effect

      3:07
    • 5. YouTube: Creative Pattern Transitions

      8:25
    • 6. TV: Texture Layers: Old Navy Store Promo

      8:08
    • 7. YouTube Opener: Very Basic Opener Templates

      3:25
    • 8. YouTube Animation: Write On FX

      5:40
    • 9. YouTube: Add Scribble Graphics

      4:59
    • 10. YouTube: Overlay Graphics

      2:55
    • 11. YouTube Motion Graphics: Backgrounds

      0:30
    • 12. YouTube Color Graphic Swipes

      3:33
    • 13. Commercials: Chili's Text

      2:33
    • 14. Commercials: Groupon Green Screen Text Effect

      1:07
    • 15. Title FX: Basics of Placing Text Behind a Subject

      6:03
    • 16. Vlog: Travel Vlog Animation Map Project

      14:48
    • 17. Visual FX: Adding 3D Layers

      2:50
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Learn how to use Adobe Premiere Pro by making projects with FX in commercials, or make your own travel vlog with some simple animation tips. I use the 2019 version of Adobe Premiere Pro, but any version will work with these lessons. 

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Take a look at TV commercials like Chili's, Groupon, and Jeep. I analyze what they are doing and show you what they did. I also look at the opening title sequence for HBO's True Detective and an ABC teaser for the show Deception. We also examine Netflix's Stranger Things title sequence and I show you how to get that burning glow effect with your titles in Adobe Premiere.

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In the Jeep commercial they use a strobe effect at the end of the commercial and take an image and change the colors and over expose the images, while using jump cuts frame by frame. We will do the same thing and duplicate the steps.

The Chili's commercial has been stripped out completely with all of the layers. We examine the syncing of the audio track frame-by-frame with the words on the screen.

In Groupon, a title appears from the middle of the screen out of nowhere. I use a green matte and place the title behind it and use motion effects to bring it up and key out the green using the key filter.

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If you are familiar with these tools, it's cool to see, or if you haven't done it, it's pretty easy. There are other ways to do this effect, but this one is a good one to watch. You'll be able to add this affect to your own videos with a creative way to place titles on video that not a lot of people know how to do.

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As far as animation, I give you several layers, a map and an airplane and show you how to use motion in effect controls. You also get a sound FX audio file to add in the audio track layer to dub in the airplane sound.

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1. Introduction: Adobe Premiere Pro Class Activities: 2. YouTube: Matte Layer Transitions: So if you've ever heard the term Matt before m a t t e. These are some video files that I created, and they're just black and white images and mostly squares and they animate from left to right are come onto the screen and disappear. And what you do is you place it over the video and then you key out the white really quickly, and you can change the color if you want to. It's just a quick way to add in effect or a transition to your video to just bring it to life. This is a real basic Matt. I'm just giving you this as an idea. So you know what they are. So to make this real quick, I'm going to grab some video footage here and scale it up, and I'm gonna grab one of these mats. This one here is just a set of rectangles that go from left to right. So if I drag it over the video clip, then what I can do is I'll take out the white and you can trim off the bottom of the video so it matches and then click on the mat and go to effect controls and right under here under the opacity. If you just select multiply, it automatically takes out the white for you. And now, as you roll from left to right, you can see that it adds a pretty cool effect. So I'm gonna grab this compilation here of a lot of different squares. Then what I can do is if I place it over the video, maybe it's taking a little bit too long so I can increase the speed on it and use the bottom video to match the same length. Now what I wanted to do is start from black, and then the video will appear on the screen. So once I get the right speed, then I can go to effect controls and apply that filter. Multiply, and now we see it come onto the screen or come off the screen so you can reverse it if you want it reversed or leave it the way it is, and it will do what it's doing Now. Let's say you don't like that black color in the background, so what you can do is grab color, replace and select your target color and your replace color and for this all. Add the pink and then select solid colors in that box. Now we've added some color over the video and then also in between each square. So it's an interesting transition. And then, if you wanted to scale that Matt up, you could by just going to scale and bringing it all the way up in off the screen. So if you want to change to blue, you can just go back and select the replace color. And now it's blue. Now let's look at the other clip where we have two videos. We have one in the bottom and one on the top, and I just used the cropping effect to take off the top and bottom. So once we have those videos cropped halfway, we can place that map right above it and gives us that in and out effect for each. Now I use something similar, and I added pink to it for her YouTube channel, and what I did was it goes from left to right, and I add the pink where I replaced the black. Now there is a little bit of a texture on there, so the pink doesn't come out all the way completely. But if you were going to create your own Matt than you'd be able to take out the solid colors. But still, it's a pretty interesting way to Segway from one scene to the next. And then I have a title that follows the map. So these are some pretty cool mats that I've included in the class, and you can grab them as videophiles, drag him over your video and just take out the white with that multiply effect. 3. TV: Entertainment Tonight Online Logo Split Screen FX: So this is a clip for entertainment tonight, and it's a split screen, and then you have a vertical graphic down the middle with some animation, and then you have the Entertainment Tonight logo. So I just grabbed some raw footage from another event with Katy Perry. And for this I'll just grab the in point and outpoint and bring her over to the timeline. Now there's a couple different ways you can do this. Ah, the first thing is, I'll just show you how to crop out the writing lab. So if you go over to effects and then in this transform folder you can drag over the crop filter and then you can crop out the writer left, then we'll just position the best of that. Then we'll drag that video over using the X coordinate using motion. Now let's look at Orlando Bloom and I'll just select an out point and in point, try to find the best shot, and I'm just dragging over the video. I don't have any audio with this, and I'll move him over to the right using motion. And so I grabbed that X coordinate and move it over to the right All right. So whichever layers on top that's going to block the other one below it. Now, what I want to do is create that middle graphic. So if you go to file new legacy title, entitle it line center, I'm just gonna grab this rectangle tool and notice thesis points in the Tytler so you can see my images are off a little bit. So now I'll select blue and I can match that color with the eyedropper. Now they have a little greedy int look in there so I can select linear ingredient and select the other color blue to give it a little bit of ah transition from a darker blue to a lighter blue all in the same graphic. And that's pretty close. It looks like they might even have a four color Grady INTs off. I scroll down over here, I can go to four colors and you have four points here where you can change the color. So select the eyedropper in that new window that shows up and hit. OK, if you go to each corner, you can select the blue that you are trying to copy. All right, so that's pretty close So that's down the center. Now. What I want to do is I want to adjust these images, so I'm gonna crop out Orlando Bloom. Now let's grab this E T logo, so usually you have, ah, PNG file, or PSD, which won't have the white background. But in case you don't get that, you can take out the white. But first, let's position it using the X and Y under motion and scale it down to about 71 or so and let me look at the original and see how close it is. It might be a little bit further down, but that's in the general area. So now let's grab the color key. This is under the King folder in effects. And if I grab that eyedropper tool, select the white. And now I need to take out the color tolerance, and you can soften the edge by thinning it. Usually one is good enough, and if you still need a little bit more, you can feather out the edge. All right, so now we've taken out the white and we're pretty close. The next thing that they have here is they have a small E T. logo that's rotated and comes in from the top to the bottom. So I'll just copy that and paste it right next to all of my clips here in the timeline and scale it down using to scale. So I'm at about 19% and then I'll use the rotation tool. And you could just click on that and type in 90 to rotate it 90 and then used the X and Y motion coordinates to put it in the center. And then I'll do the same thing again. So right click copy and then use the marker outside of that area and hit Command V. And now pace another one for me and they'll be on top of each other until I use motion to move it down. Now, if you can't see how close they are, see where it says fit. Come over to this window and you can go up to 200% and then use the slider on the right hand side to go up top, and you can see they're pretty close. If you were really going to get precise, you could go back and forth until, um, you have the right distance and you'd have to use some calculation there between the Y coordinates so you can see that we're at 90 and then 1 22 And if you measure the distance between each one, you could do the calculation. I don't know what that is, but let's say it's 32 for each. Then you would just make sure that each number is 32 apart. Now let's add some motion to this. So we have our start point in our endpoint and were at 1 24 And as we move through, it will end up at about 1 55 or so 1 56 All right, so looking at our original and then looking at our clip that we made its very close. You need a little more time to add in each logo. I'm not going to go and add 10. But if you have that motion for each, you would just replicate that for each one as it's moving down that blue graphic. And if your computer's moving a little bit slow at this time because you have so many different layers, then you would go to sequence and render the effects into out Now notice looking at their logo. It's a different color. You'd want to go into photo shop and change the colors there. But Premier does give you some commands. If you went to the arithmetic filter under channel that folder, you could get some quick color variations. So I have X O. R. And I'm just playing with the red, green and blue values. I'm not going to get that exact color that they had, so I would have to go back in the photo shop and replace the color. Or Premier has a color replace, and you can do that as well. The E and T are pretty small, and so I'd have to do it on a larger logo to get that color to match. Looking down here under the Image Control folder, there'll be a color replace filter, and it has a target color and a replace color. If you use that eyedropper, and then you can roll directly right over that logo and it gives you the yellow and then you could replace it with the color that you wanted to be. And so, for this case, it's black. Now you have this similarity, and if you scroll that up. It will get anything that similar based on the amount of intensity that you want to apply to it. But again, this logo is very small inside do much better if I had a larger piece. All right, so those are the basics and entertainment tonight has a lot of cool effects on their YouTube videos, and so I'll be moving through going through each effect that they use. 4. Commercials: T-Mobile Cropping Pink Color Effect: all right. I just want Teoh identify the T mobile commercial on all of the layers that are in there for their titles. And also that pink color in the background has some capacity handles that are brought down to allow you to see through it. All right, so let's toggle out each piece. So we have t Mobile. The logo. Four lines is an individual title. Unlimited Data's another title, and then we have that rectangle in the back. I'm gonna toggle everything out except the first layer, which is the pink rectangle I'm calling it, and it's placed right above the video track. Now, as we watch it, we see that it starts with nothing, and then it comes in and then it expands over the whole screen. So the way that's done is we use key frames, and the key frames are used with a filter called crop, and you can find that filter. If you go to effects, look in the transform folder and then just drag crop over the rectangle. Now what we do for this is we actually crop out the top and bottom, and then we assign a key frame at a particular point in the video. So I've added the key frames here in the video, and I tell it when I want that to crop it out or expand it. So at this point in the video, it's cropped out at zero because the entire rectangle is now a square, and at this point in the video, it's at 33% and at this point it's 50% on the bottom. Now for the titles I choose when they come on the screen and then I'm using position and scale under effect controls. Here's the individual title for unlimited data and you can talk about the background so you can see it. And then here's the individual title for four lines, and you can see that there if you toggle out the backgrounds. All right, so if we used the slider tool in the right of their sequence timeline, we can expand up and see our pieces here now for this rectangle. What they did was they used the opacity handle so we can see through it. You can do that here by grabbing the opacity handle, and you can bring it down or bring it up all right, and then, looking at this unlimited data title, we have key frames here. It scales out to 1 13 and then ends up right at 53. And those two key frames identify those two points where it starts and ends. The same thing happens for four lines, and we have our X Y coordinates that can position the title up or down or right to left. And so we see how both of them come in there now for T mobile titles. It starts off much larger with scaling at 161 here, and it'll place that key frame for you when you decide where it should be. And then you have your X Y coordinates that move it up or down. All right, so that's the gist of it, and you can see it's not too hard. But there are a lot of details for each individual piece 5. YouTube: Creative Pattern Transitions: So here's a basic transition using two patterns, and they're two separate images that I add key frames to bring them on the screen and off the screen. So if I highlight one, you can see the key frames that I've added there. Now, if I toggle back and forth, you can see that the key frames are similar for both, meaning they both arrive on the screen at the same time. But they're just going opposite directions. So to see how this is done, let's start again. But this time I'm going to make them go vertically. So I have my green pattern and it's placed over the video. It's not large enough, so I want to scale it up first. Now I want to rotate it so you can type in 90 degrees to rotate it once, or you can scroll over. Once I've done that, I'll try to figure out where the position is on the left side of the screen, and then I'll use the other scaling to bring it down a bit. So that seems like a pretty good spot, so we'll stop there now. Let's bring in the purple polka dot pattern, and I'll do the same thing with that. I'll go to effect controls and I'll rotate it 90 degrees. I'll just type that in and all positioned over on the right side. Now it's still a little small, so I'll have to scale it up a bit and I'll move it over. And if you really wanted to get in the center, you could count. The number of pixels are on the screen, so it would be 12 80 by 1920. So ah, you could divide that into and get the exact X and Y coordinate for this. I'm more concerned about just making it work, so I won't be that precise. So I have my position and then I'll bring it off the screen by used in the Y Coordinate and I'll get my midway point and then I'll bring it off the screen again. Now I can bring all of these key frames to the very beginning of the video, so it happens right when we see the image. Now let's do the same thing for the green texture, and I want to line up the marker so it's the same a key frame on the other side. So they both arrive at the same time. Now the other trick is to position these. So they happen where the transition takes place from one scene to the next. So that's the idea. Here is your cutting from one scene to the next, so they need to happen. When that cut happens on the video, you can toggle out these I icons, and that will give you a chance to look at the video without those being shown. I want them both to be on the screen right when that video makes that cut, so right there and we can see it's going from one scene to the next. And that's the idea, all right, And something else you can do if you're running out of colors or patterns is you could change the look to the patterns that you already have. So if you drag this arithmetic filter, you'll find it under effects and channel, and then you can grab that filter arithmetic. Drag it over and you can talk all these colors in and out to get a different look. And there are two filters at the top that I usually use, and that's and or XO are But there are some other selections that you can use, like subtract or difference. And so if you just play around with those, you can get ah, color that you're looking for. So some might be a little pixelated or saturated, depending on the quality of the images and that, but askew move through. It gives you a little bit of a different look. Now there are some other filters that you can use to make that a little different. This one here, under style eyes, is replicate and just multiplies the image, though just something different. If you go over here under effect, controls Ah, you can pick the number of images that you want to replicate. So it goes all the way up to 16 and you could even add key frames in between. So it goes from 2 to 16 back to two, so you see there really quickly. It starts off large and then get smaller and then duplicates and then comes back to four images, and with that, it needs to be adjusted to come off the screen. So I'll have to adjust these key frames. All right, so just a couple little effects that you can use for those images. So here's something else that you can do with these images. You can fly them in on the screen and then, you know, place a title above and then have them fly off. And then you can also stack them. You know one image behind the other and animate them. The other thing you can do is if you add this filter, it takes out the edges and we'll look at that. But first, let's look at the title that we place over it. And if you haven't made a title, it's just file new Legacy title and I selected one of the default titles down the bottom, and then I just picked that pink color. So if you wanted a different color, you would select that and pick a different color, and you can also toggle out the background if you need to, so I fly it in using motion under effect controls. But the other part here is rough inning the edges so under stylized you'll see this filter rough edges. And if you just drag it onto the video, you can do that. And there are a couple numbers that you can play with here, and I've added these key frames and what it does, is it? It ruffins the edge, and then the other one is the border around the outside. So the top part up there is the motion aspect, which we've already floated in on the screen. So that's the scaling part. But the effect part that gives you a little animation on that is the numbers that I'm selecting here. But let's take those out and look at the border. And if you play around with that number, you can get a really interesting look around the outside. You could also animate that by adding in key frames and you could change it. You know, every second or so and add in a new key frame on that key frame will just tell it what command you give it, what number you're going to give it. So then, as I roll through it, it gives it some life. Now, if I don't want to add, you know, 20 or 30 of these over and over again, I could just copy the four that I've done and then, you know, hit command, see to copy it and then hit Command V where the marker is, and then it will place those new key frames in there, so you can just duplicate that now. The other thing I can do is once I have already commanded these key frames. I don't want to keep doing them over and over again, so I can just copy and paste the attributes, and it will allow me to check the boxes that I want to paste. So for this it was, you know, all of the key frames. It was motion and the effects. So let me grab the polka dots in here, and I'll extend it out and then all hit paste attributes, and it will pace those attributes that already exist on the green image. And now it's done that now it's a little bit bigger, because the polka dot image was bigger than the green image, so it would need to be scaled down a little bit if you wanted it to match exactly, just because it's a different size, but the commands are all the same, so you can see as you would build these projects. If you're making ah video on fruit and vegetables or whatever you could just keep commanding these attributes to new images as you go all the way down. So they're not just one off, um, commands. There's something that you can use over and over again on your videos. All right. And then to fly it off the screen, we can make that adjustment. If we wanted to go slower, then we would take that key frame down a little bit further, like a second or two later. It would appear if we wanted it to fly off quickly than we just have that key frame right next to the initial key frame. All right, so hopefully that works for you. And you can use this in your 6. TV: Texture Layers: Old Navy Store Promo: all right, So if you've ever been to an old Navy store, it's like a skate. Ah, surf store. And they have screens and their monitors that will be showing videos. So looking at these clips over here, you've got 45 main images, and then I have, ah, this texture file. If you ever type in ah, texture on like a royalty free site, you'll get some really cool images. So there's either pictures of textures or there might be some video clips of different textures. So I have one here and then I also have these dots. Ah, that also you. You can add a texture to your video clip. So you see here there's sort of this layer of haze, like looks like, you know, eight pieces that make a checkerboard. Then what I did was I exported that video and added a couple more effects. Then I use the old Navy logo and keyed out the white and place that over the video. So looking at the different layers here, the top layers remember the cameras, always looking from the top layer down, so whatever's on the top will block whatever's underneath it. So if I toggle that I will take all of those off. And now you're looking at my main footage of my guy here in the red hat. And then I added this texture, which is a bunch of dots, and then I can scale it inner out, change the colors on it, uh, and key out the white. And that's what I did here. So I added a color key to this top layer. First, let me show you what it is. So if I scale it up, you can see that it's just a bunch of dots and you can add, you know, that scaling effect to make the dots bigger. I liked it smaller, so I replicated this eight times. But you can see even if you just do like 1/2 screen, it's something that's pretty cool. And I didn't make this up. I just copied it from somebody else is doing it, and it's, ah, way to dress up your video and do something that maybe other people don't know how to do. So under keying in these effect filters, I just grab that color key filter and dragged it over to that layer, and then I used the eyedropper and I took out the white and it allowed me to see through it . And if you take that color tolerance all the way up to 2 55 it'll take the white out and let me blow it up here so you can see what I did. So if I just used that eyedropper hit the white and add that effect I had it toggled off. You can see that it will take out the white so you can see through it and then you can scale it down or scale it up. Now, I did this to each individual layer. I used the scaling and motion and I just copied it and pasted it and moved it over to make a checker board effect with all eight layers and I rotated a couple, so the pattern had a variation. But you can scale inner out in this uniforms scale button. If you wanted to stretch it without it being a square, you'd have individual controls over the width and height. And so if you uncheck that box, you can stretch it. I kept the proportion the same, but that's what that does. And then the very top layer is the old Navy logo, and I added a color key effect there. Same filter of the color key filter, and I just used that eyedropper tool and put it over the white and took out the color tolerance to take out the white. And so we're able to see through that. And if you wanted to take out the blue, then you would use the eyedropper to select the blue. Take out the color tolerance for blue, and you could invert it like that if you like that now, zooming in a little bit closer if you take that slider and zoom in. What I did was I added a lot of jump cuts, so it's not continuous. I took out pieces of footage, so there's this jump. So it's not one continuous video. So you see how those videos are cut Ah, into smaller pieces. It adds a little bit of, ah, jumpy effect to it. Then another filter, I added, was the brightness and contrast. I pushed the contrast up, and then I also added this arithmetic filter. It's one of my favorite filters, so if you've watched any of the other classes, you see that I'm using it quite a bit. It's just a quick way to add some color without using, like the color wheels and the Dmitri effects. You can get a little more flavour quickly. So you see, here I have this, you know, green and orange and pink. Look with this. XO are operator. It's called. So the operation is XO are there are other effects on their like and you can add Ah, you know, the red value, green value and blue value to it. But as you move those values up or down, you can play around with it to get funky look. And I just, you know, use those and made you know that. Look there. So the other thing you can do is you can actually change the color while the video is playing. If you add key frames. So you know, about one second in I have you know, those values for red, green and blue. But then I want to change them a second later, and when it the video goes back to play, it will make the colors appear the way I program them at that point in time so you can have the colors changing. So I basically do this effect all the way through, so I have my jump cuts. The other thing I'll do is I'll take one individual section and all just use scaling and scale it up. So not only is it jumping because it's missing pieces of video in between, but it's also blowing it up for just a second. And it's just one more creative way to take existing video and get a little bit more out of it. The last thing I did was I wanted more control, and you can compress the video and flatten it as one final piece and bring it back into your projects that you Congar to file export media and then just have that box check so it'll bring it into your project been. And then this second clip here in the timeline, I just grab it with all of those effects, and it also when your computer starts to bog down. Sometimes if you know you're finished, you could just compress that video file with all of the effects in there already and then start again. And it's a lot easier now. What I did was I brought this paint grunge red motion I. It's a texture file that I downloaded from a royalty free site, and I can bring that in over the video and bring the opacity handle down about halfway. And so now you have this motion and it's jumping around over the effects that I've already added. So the other thing you can do is bring it down or up and then use that XLR filter to change its a purple or blue or, you know, whatever color you like. And then when you watch the final video, you can see all of the effects there. So basically there's a handful of effects. I use the razor blade to jump cut. I used the x o R, which was theorist Mitic Filter. And then I added that dot layer and added some scaling, and that's pretty much it 7. YouTube Opener: Very Basic Opener Templates: all right, So the first thing you want to do is come over here to window and select essential graphics if it's not already checked, and then the panel will open up on the right side and you have my templates, which come inside Adobe Premiere. And then you have Adobe stock, which is their stock site, but it is embedded into premiere, and if you select the free box, they offer some things that you buy there. But if you select free, you can see some graphics there that they offer. And I picked visual trends down here. And once you pick one that you like, hit the download button and it will give you that blue check mark, and then you can drag it over into your timeline. But it will give you, Ah, a circle crossed out saying that it won't come over. What you'll need to do is create a new sequence. You can do that by dragging a video over, or you could go to file new and hit sequence, and then your sequence timeline will appear after you select the settings. Now you can drag that template in and go ahead and change the sequence settings to match. Whatever the template is, I think this one is 10 80 p, and I'll use the slider to make my window a little bit bigger. And I'm just going toe. Make my sequence timeline a little bit longer. Not that it's needed, but I just like it like that. Okay, all right. Now, what you could do is double click on this and you have your text box that you can highlight , and you can change the text inside of it. So for this, I'll just type in YouTube channel lower case. And if you wanted those letters, too, get bigger. You can use the slider or grab this number over here in scroll Writer left, and it will take the graphic with you. And you can also do that for the graphic. Now, what you can do is you can change the colors. You have color one and color to for these circles, and those two circles overlap, so it gives you 1/3 color. But you can play around with this and pick the colors that you want, and then when you roll through it, you can see there's your graphic and you can change the title bar and you can see him making this look worse as I keep adding colors to it. I don't know what to pick now. My background color. I can change the background, and I can also remove the background in place of video behind it. So there's another box down here. It says background on or off. So uncheck that and I'm gonna grab my video and place it underneath. I'll raise it up to track two and place the video on track one. And now I have my graphic over the video. All right, so that's a simple way to create a YouTube opener and shouldn't take too long to do it. 8. YouTube Animation: Write On FX : alright. In this lesson, I want to show you how you can write on the screen with this Right on filter. All right, So the first thing that you'll do is you'll create a color, Matt. So if you go up here to file new and then select color Matt, it gives you some parameters there, but just hit, OK? And just select the color that you want to use. And if you want to re title it, you can. But for this will just keep color, Matt. Then over here, in your project, been it will place that map for you. And then if you just drag it over to the sequence timeline, this will be our background. So we have this teal background that will use for a color, Matt. Then if you go to the project, Ben and right click, you can select new item and then transparent video. So you need to add one more layer on top of this. And this is the layer where we will add the right on effect. And if you click to effects and type in right, it will give you this right on filter, which is under the generate falter. Now we have the effect, and you can see all of the different things here that relate to the brush. So you have the right on effect and you see the FX next to write on. That means it's on, and then you have the brush position, so we'll use that to animate where the brush goes. Then you have the color so you can change the color. There you have the size of the brush with brush size. Then you have the brush hardness soft or hard, and then you can do the opacity, which is the see through, and the last two are stroke length and brush spacing. All right, so we'll click here for right on, and now it gives us this cross hair circle. So first thing you want to do is select that stopwatch, which adds a key frame, and that is going to be where the brush starts from. Then click back on this right on and go over to the screen, and I'm holding the button down on the mouse, and I'm going to drag this dot where I wanted to go to create my pattern notice it will create a key frame for me for the second position, and I'll increase the stroke length right now to 10 and the spacing will be at 0.1 And then what I'll do is I'll go up here to my timeline and I'll move it about a second or so and add a key frame for each movement. So a position that dot where I wanted to go and then come back over here and move the marker down the timeline about one second or so. So what it's doing is it will add a key frame for each point where that dot is placed. And so we're creating some key frame animation as we're drawing our circle here. So I moved the marker again about a second or so, and then I moved that dot and create another key frame. Now, if you don't like the creation that you're making, you can go to these individual dots and drag them in, position them to where you want them to go. So I'm trying to get a little bit more of a circle here, too. Eventually go around that old Navy logo. Now if I go back and hold the left button down in the mouse and scrub through it. I can see my animation here with the right on. Now, if I toggle this off, I could replace a video where this color Matt is. So I just talk all that I out so I can see where I could play something underneath. So what I'll do is I'm just going to grab this old Navy skate promotional video and I'll drag it into my project been, and then I will place that where the color Matt is. And then I'm just going to drag in the video portion and then uncheck that I So it appears . And it's a little bit smaller than I wanted it to be because it was exported at a smaller aspect ratio. So use the effect controls to scale it up. Now I've got this right on circle that we've created, but you can also scale that down to get a different size. So now I'm going to scale it down and move it over with the X and Y coordinates. So that's the advantage to having a transparent video layer above it is that it's its own separate layer. Now, if I don't like the size of the brush. I can increase or decrease the brush size and play around with some of the parameters with the hardness and opacity and things like that. Now, once you've created that, if you look at this brush spacing, you want to get it down to that 0.1 so it connects those dots. But if you wanted a different effect, you could increase the spacing in between to give you those dots so it creates a gap in between each paintbrush dot and you can play around with that. He's right on effects. Use up a little bit more ram from your computer, and sometimes Congar bogged down. So if you want to see the final effect, I'm holding the left button down on the mouse and I scroll through it. But if you wanted to see it in real time, you can render it. So you go up here to sequence and render it from in to out, and it will render it and we'll do it real quick. Here, all speed it up, and now we can see what it looks like. All right, so hopefully that's an effect that you'll be able to use and get created with 9. YouTube: Add Scribble Graphics: now included in this class are these animated scribble effects. Basically what they are, they are just individual brushstrokes, and there's maybe 10 images, and so you play them a little bit quicker and you can see how they're put together. Then what you do is you compress that file and just add key frames. What I used was an effect filter called corner pin. I'm grabbing all four corners and just moving it up and down and side to side, and then you can speed it up, and it creates that jumpy effect. Now, if you want to change the color under effects, you can go to color, replace and then apply that to the clip and used the eyedropper and select black is the target color and then pick the color that you want it to be. So I picked orange for this. Now underneath. This is just a white background, so I created a white rectangle in the title ER, and that's underneath. Now for the sun, you can do the same thing. Apply the filter and just drag that color. Replace filter over and then under effect controls select the target color and the replacement color And if you want to add some animation you condone, position it right or left, are rotated or move it up or down. So these are included in the course, and there's a few of them, and what you can do is place a title over it. It's, ah, kind of a cool way to dress up your video. So included in this course are these animated scribble effects. So you have this check mark, this cloud, this arrow and the sun, and you can change the colors and they're just compressed video files over this white background. And here's a sample. This is just a fashion tutorial, and I placed them over the video, and price, comfort and style has a check mark for each, so it's kind of a cool little animated piece that you can use. So I want to add this check mark to this video. You just grab it, bring it over the video, and then what you do is you add the color key filter. You can find that under King and then in effect, controls you just take out the white and bring up the tolerance, and then you can scale it down in position, and you can even rotate it if you want. And once you do all of that, so you don't have to do it again. If you just use the keyboard and hit command, see and then toggle a new track and select the marker where you want it to go and hit paste , and then you can paste it again or as many times as you want. So now we have three check marks and they're all on top of each other. So I go appear to effect controls and just scale it, and I just position it in a different spot, and then we can see it appear. And now I've got my three check marks. Now here's my cloud. I'll show you how to do that same principle. Grab the color key filter and then used the eyedropper to select white and bring up the tolerance until the disappears, and then you can position it where you want it. Now, if it moves a little too slow, you can right click and adjust the speed on it to make it a little more bouncy. And then also it's very similar to a looping audio track. We've ever done that before, after the animation has already taken place, meaning like the drawing has already taken place. You can cut like the last half of the video because it's just rotating around doing the same thing over and over again, and you can copy and paste it for as long as you want to. So it continues that loop so it could go on for 20 minutes if you wanted to. Now the next thing is, you can create a title. So for this, I'm just gonna create a price 3 99 and move it over the cloud. And then, if I drag it over, you can see it's just a cool way to add some more flavor and animation in life to your video. Now the last thing is say, you don't like these colors. You can easily change the color If you go to effects, type in color, replace, and it's under image control. And if you describe that filter and drag it over and then in effect controls, it gives you a target color and a destination color, so target color would be the color that it already is. So just use that I drop her to select that and then replace it with the color that you want . Saul. Select orange here and then, if you check this box solid colors and adjust the similarity that will take out the color for you. And then once you do that, all you have to do is go back each time and click the color that you want. Green violet. You don't have to keep adding in the programming for it, but that gives you some basic options for these scribble effects, and they go right over your video, and it's something that looks really easy, but it's not something that everybody knows how to do. 10. YouTube: Overlay Graphics: all right, so the way this starts off is there's a white background, and then we have a green circle that makes a jump cut, and then we have five day plan, which are all individual titles. Then we scale it back with rotation and then move it to the left, rotated again. And we have three individual lines that pop out with three individual titles, and when we're done, we scale it up. So let's create this again right next to it in the timeline, and the first thing we'll do is go to file new Legacy title and type in white B G to and let's grab this square and hold left button down on the mouse and roll it over, and then we'll select White because it's off a little bit now when you x out, it will save it for you and it's in your project. Been notice already, have the original there and bring it over next to this project. Now what I did here is I cut this apart to four times and I added scale to each. So for this, I'm going to click on the circle. And if I select this T up here. I can duplicate this title and rename it so we'll call this circle, too. Now, if you wanted to make the circle again, you could grab the circle on. If you hold down shift, it keeps the perspective for you, no matter how large or small. So if you don't hold shift down, then you be trying to spend some time trying to make it a perfect circle. So if you hold shift, that will do it now for this. I want to go ahead and make it a different color just so I can see something different and not get the mixed up. So I'm gonna make it pink, and I'm gonna grab circle to over to the video track to right above the white background. Now we need to create some jump cuts and let's roll over the top. So it starts with white and will trim off a little bit of the edge. Now use the razor blade tool. Now what I want to do is I want to cut it into four sections and I'm going to command each one with a scale attribute. So let's click on the 1st 1 and under effect controls in the scale. I'm in a type in 20 right over the 100. For the 2nd 1 I want to type in 40 and for the 3rd 1 all type in 60 and notice we won't be able to see unless we roll that marker over the video. That part and for the fourth part will make it 80. And the existing part, which is part number five, will end up a 100. All right, the original size. So now we have 2040 60 8100 and we see it jump. 11. YouTube Motion Graphics: Backgrounds: So these are some motion backgrounds that I created and you are free to use them. I think there maybe 15 and all. And they're cool for, you know, having some background images fly across as you add a title or you can use them as a transition. This one comes in and comes out, so most are just for the background, and there's a couple there that you can use for some transitions and things, so I'll show you how to make thes, and you can even modify them to add different colors and things like that. 12. YouTube Color Graphic Swipes: All right, So Adobe has some pretty cool transitions. They have their basic ones that are on the left side where the filters are. But there's another set of transitions that are a little more updated that are sort of hidden because they're not on the default editing layout. So you have to go up here at a window and check essential graphics. And I've worked on premier for a long time and never even saw these who? They didn't click the window. But so you have two options, my templates and adobe stock. So I found these visual trends, they call it, And if you select this download cloud, it'll highlight that blue check mark. And once that happens, you can drag it into the timeline. Now, it won't show up if you don't have your sequence timeline ready. So just drag a couple of videos in there, and then it will easily land top of the other videos that you have. So what you can do is you see where these two videos come together. You have your cut, their all you do is place it so it's over both videos. So you want that transition to line up evenly right in the middle. So let me move my sequence. Timeline over just a bit to give me some more room, and you can zoom in closer to get a little more control. But basically what you want to do is if you go to the middle, you see all of the graphics should be covering both videos, and that's where the transition takes place. So you want your cut from video. One video to you wanted to happen, right? When all of those graphics on the screen now, the next thing you can do is if you roll over toe edit on the right side, you'll be able to change the colors so you have three basic colors there, and you can pick whatever color you want. And if you just roll over it, you can use that same transition with a lot of different colors, and it will easily dress up your video, and it's a little more creative and more updated to go along with what's trending right now . You also have some other transitions. This one is visual trends. Silence and solitude is what it's called, and it gives you the option to make a title and make some adjustments and change the background and that kind of thing. So again I'll remove the other one. And if I just place it over the two videos, so you want those graphics to be on the screen? Ah, and no video to be shown when they're fully on there and just place it, you know. So it's half on 1/2 on the other, and that's another cool little transition that happens quickly. If you go over here to the text box, you could just highlight that and change it. That's not a spell balloon, but I wasn't paying attention. So Ah, and then I'll just type in escape here. So hot air ballon and escape. And then you consume inner out. Ah, you can change the position of it and whether it's vertical or horizontal, and you could change the thickness on the misspelled type that I have there now, something else that's pretty cool is you can take this transition and get several different looks with it by changing the colors. So let me put all of it on the screen here so I can see it now. If you go to texture color to pick something darker and see It really brings that contrast out in the background. And I'll pick a different orange gold uneven purple violet and really changes the look so you can play around with it and check the different colors, and it's a nice transition that brings your video toe life. 13. Commercials: Chili's Text: all right. Now you can toggle this icon down here, which switches the current view to icon, view or list view. Now let's start by making a new title. So go to file new and Legacy title and then type in made. All right now you can toggle this eye icon to see the video behind if it's not there. So I went down to a body and you can position it right next to the chili, and then it will put it into your project. Been view Select Project Chilies lesson all, and just go ahead and grab that over and place it on the video track above. And I'm leaving a gap in between these layers in case I want to make some adjustments. But oftentimes they're stacked right on top of each other. But for me, I like a little more room, and that's why I'm doing that. And here's a quick shortcut to make a title is if you just double click on the title that you already created, you can click this T icon in what looks like a movie clip and then rename it some and then you can type in some. It will save it as some without having to go file. New Legacy title. I selected a body light to get that title and go ahead and drag that over and we're gonna stack it right above made and we can trim off the end and notice when there's nothing there . Then we don't see anything. So now for a short cut, I'm gonna double click on the title some, and I'm going to duplicate the title by selecting the tea. And then I'll type in major for this one. I have 28 days later. That's a font that I downloaded, so you may not have that one, so you may have to select something that's very similar. So go ahead and grab Major, and it looks like it's right underneath the chili. You can grab the corner and scale it out and then grabbed Major and bring it right over the top and so made some major so we can see how we can put these titles on the screen separately, and it is a pretty cool effect, and it looks like it's a little bit taller, so I'm gonna grab the bottom and extend it out 14. Commercials: Groupon Green Screen Text Effect: all right, So this was a group on commercial that just played in the recent Super Bowl, and we're just gonna look the title to see how it comes in. And then we're going to look at the screen graphic that starts behind the title and then comes in and over the last part of the video, so we'll use a clip from the video that's right before this in the background. But what you're going to do is you're going to create this other file, which uses a green layer in the title window. And then we'll create the font. And this green layer acts as a mask and will need to create a compressed file using these two title pieces, the Green Layer and also the group on title. And then what we'll do is we'll bring that in and we'll key out the green and the black as it's created in the compressed file. And then for this last part, the screen square comes in behind the title, and then we adjust the opacity level so we can see through it, and then we'll blow out the background using an effect 15. Title FX: Basics of Placing Text Behind a Subject: So today we're going to place the text behind a subject. And I will also give you this video clip of me standing in the park. If you want to cut me out on and use it, for example, you could find this pile labelled as tree park in the resource is tab. All right, so I want to show you this text effect where you can place text behind an object. Basically, I opened up this sequence time Mind down here to show you that there are three layers and the first layer I just cut myself out. So picture like two pieces of paper that are the exact same image and you're just going to stack them on top of each other and cut out the subject in the top piece of paper. And then everything on the remaining paper, which is a duplicate image, would show like a sandwich, and then you've got the text in between. So that's basically how it is. It's hard to think, like, you know, regular picture or pieces of paper when you're thinking of video. All right, so let's start from scratch so I can show you how to do this So basically, I just have an iPhone on a mini tripod sitting on a park bench, and I'm standing in the middle of the park, and these people are walking around, probably wondering what the heck I'm doing. And I stood in front of a tree because if you have like a hard object in the back, the contrast is going to be greater, so you'll be able to mask it out easier. And also, if you're subject isn't moving, that's going to help you a lot. It's gonna make it a little bit easier. So what you can do is bring that video file in and then just duplicate that by holding alter command down and dragging it up to track layers. All right, so if I drag it up to video Track three and make a sandwich basically and then I'm going to put the behind body text, which is a title that already created that you could just create a new title. Now I go to effect controls, make sure selecting the video track three the top layer and go to this free draw Wazir pencil and then click on mask and then you can start drawing around the outside of the subject, which is going to cut me out, and it will make that effect as soon as you get to the last dot and then now you can see behind body text, so if you select each track layer here, you can kind of see what's happening. So if I remove the bottom layer, you can see that it's just cutting that out. Now, as I move this mask around, all it's doing is just taking that shape and cutting out the top duplicate layer. So that's all that's happening again. Imagine two pieces of paper and you're just cutting out the top piece of paper, and it's still showing the exact image behind. It's giving you a gap so you can place that text in there now to get real precise. Noticed that it doesn't look really efficient here, so if you zoom in to 100% you can start moving this mask layer, and you can create as many dots as you want to get really precise, and you really only need to focus on where your text is, so you don't even need to focus on the whole cut out of the body or subject. Just, you know more precisely where the edges are. Something else you can look at his mask feathering. You can take that down to zero. So it's a hard edge. Now I'm gonna add motion to the background title, so I'm just gonna add a couple key frames for beginning and end. And I'm still zoomed in on this thing just so I can see now when I zoom out Looks pretty good on the left side. But there's still a gap between me and the B over here on the text. So I'm gonna bring that in, and I can probably add a couple more dots to be a little more precise. And now I go back to fit and I can see my final in the timeline. I noticed that map. Now, notice the mask layer is moving a bit because I have three different key frames. So I'm just going to select the one that is the best that matches all the way through and delete the others. But that just gives you an idea. Like you have something moving like if I'm walking across the park, you would you know, you would use key frames and motion to follow me to keep that outer layer you know, stuck to me as I'm walking. I want to show you something else you can do with the text in the background to go over here to video effects. You can go to perspective and grabbed the filter Basic three D. If you can't find it, you can type in the search basic three D and you could just drag that over onto the title. And once you have that, just go to the swivel, and it's like on an axis and you can just move it left or right. And you can add a couple key frames if you wanted to start skewed and then go from left to right on that three d access. So my starting point is gonna be a negative 50 or so and then uh, gonna bring it up to, like, 27 by the time it ends. And so now it's kind of following the lake in the background, so something unique and different. But you see this quite often on TV knowns on commercials and things like that. And if you really want to get specific, if you got broadcast quality stuff and has to be perfect. Then you could come back and keep doing. You know, the precision points there with that cut out mask and something else. When I first was doing this, I was losing the mask because I wasn't clicked on it, so it will disappear. If you don't want to see it, you can just click on anything else under effect controls like capacity or rotation or whatever, and then the mask will disappear. And if you want to see it again, then just make sure you select that mask layer. So I think when you're first starting out, sometimes you know you don't know what's happening and can't find it. It's certainly it happened to me. So, um, but if it does happen, just select mask and it will come back. 16. Vlog: Travel Vlog Animation Map Project: So getting started, you're gonna pick a new project. I named this one plane animation, and then you'll bring in the folder with all of the assets. You can just drag it over from where it is on your computer. All right, so let's get started. My work files gonna look slightly different because I have the titles that are already created. So I'm gonna double click on my map here. Okay, There it is. And I'm going to grab it with this handle, and I'm just going to bring it into my timeline, okay? And I wanted it to be my first bottom layer, so I'm gonna bring it into video one. So we have our map, and right now, when we bring it in, it's too big. So let's go to effect controls. And let's start here at the beginning of this clip. So here's our clip here, and we want to make sure that this marker they call this a marker is at the beginning. Okay, so when I'm starting this, I want it to be scaled out, so I want it right here. But let's go 60 now. The U. S. Is not on the screen So I'm gonna use my X y coordinates, and I'm gonna take my X coordinate, and I'm gonna move it over. All right, so we're going to start here with the United States, So at 13. 60. Okay. So I like where that is 60 and 13. 60. So what I'm gonna do is I'm going to toggle the animation, which is otherwise known as adding a key frame. So I'm adding a key frame for position. So you see it there, OK, and then I'm going to add a key frame for scale. So scale, remember, is in and out, and position is excellent. Why? So now at this point in the video, it's gonna stay there until I add another key frame. So right now I'm holding the left button down on the mouse. And as I'm rolling through its not moving by the time it gets to say one second, I want the map to be moving. So I'm gonna go ahead and move it. All right. So I'm gonna put it here. And then as I move along a little bit more, I wanted to get to Egypt. So by here, I want it to be I want Egypt. Maybe that's a little bit too far. Someone, Egypt. Maybe about Right. Right there. So? So now I go back to the beginning, and now I've got my map. That's moving. Okay, Now let's add the plane. So come over here, click on that and drag the plane over toe layer to All right, So now you see already it makes it appears, though the plane is moving and it's just a map that that we added those animated toggles to . So that's the deal. Now my plane is going the wrong direction. So let's go be here to effects and let's go to video effects and then go to transform and select horizontal flip and bring it over here, and then it flips it over. Okay, Now, also, my plane is not starting where it needs to start. So what I'm gonna do is I want to scale it down. So I wanted to be a little bit smaller, so I'm gonna bring it down to say 50. And then I'm gonna hit my scale key frame, toggle animation, key frame, which puts that right there at that point in time and then the position at that point in time is off. So I want to use my X Y position. Coordinate, and I want to have it right over here in Los Angeles. So it's about 1 22 or so 1 20 and then I'm gonna bring it up. I'm gonna start right here. Okay? So and I could also maybe go a little bit smaller. I think might be a little smaller in the final one, but you can decide how how small you want to be. Um, let me select my position. Toggle here. So that's locked in. And then since I made a mistake here, and I wanted to be a little bit smaller, I can select this highlighted again and delete it and say, I wanted it. Really wanted it at 40. Okay, so now it's a little bit smaller now, So because the map is moving, it makes it appears that my plane is moving. So what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna scroll over to Egypt, okay? And at that point, so right about here, where my map stops that I want the plane to already be in Egypt, so I'm gonna work with my destination point and At that point, I'm still highlighted on the plane. I want the plane to be in Egypt, so I'm gonna use my X y coordinate tool, and I'm gonna bring the plane over to Egypt. So my number is 7 73 and then I want to bring him down right there. Okay, I'm bring it down just under, so we can still see Egypt on the map. So I have it at 7 73 3 73 Okay, so we're starting here with the plane, and then we have him land in Egypt right there. Now, the other thing I did was I wanted to scale the plane and make it appears that it was getting larger. So about right here in the middle, I had it scale up. So I'm gonna go ahead. And at that point, I'm gonna put it at say, you know, 100. Okay? And then it goes from 40 all the way up to 100. And by the time it gets to Egypt, I wanted to be back down to 40. So right here I can pick 40 now. Something else you can do if you don't like this slider tools just click on this and just type in 40 and then hit return on the keyboard, and then now you have it at 40 and then you can adjust this so it lines up the same time where the map stops. Now, to do that, just select it, and you could move it. So that gives you a basic idea of how to animate something. Okay, so here we go. So it starts in L A and ends up there. Now I'm holding the left button down in the mouth. So this gives you this real time view. Adobe installed this virtual playback. It's called a mercury playback engine. They did that a few years back, which is really cool. It allows you to see things in real time. Okay. All right. So there we have it. Now, let's go ahead and add the clouds, Simon effects mode. So let's toggle or were in effect. So just click over back to the project. The next thing we need to find is the pan video. So I'm gonna grab that, and I'm gonna bring that into video layer three, okay. And let me use the wheel on the mouse to go a little bit higher. And now notice. Remember the cameras Always looking from the top down so we won't be able to see anything underneath it. So if I remove it, I'm seeing the plane. And if I put it back there, I can't see anything. So they call this an opacity handle. So right now I've got this line at the top. And so if I roll this pointer over it, it gives me an option to use whatever this is. OK, so it's showing me it's giving me this opacity control handle right when I put it there. So if I hold the left button down in the mouth, Seiken, bring the whole thing down. If you just wanted to have that cloud layer at that point now, I wanted it to fade in and out so I can start with that and then I'm going to use this. Add remove key frame. Toggle. Now, if you don't see this, it's because you don't have it all the way open. So they do this thing where they don't even appear. So See, there's nothing there until you open it up. So about right here, it opens up okay. so you have to have it at least that that high for it to show. So now that we've done that, I'm gonna go ahead and add my key frames and what this does, Is it just It's almost like a thumbtack, and it tax in that command at that particular point. So I'm gonna add another key frame here and maybe another one here and another one here, and then I can go adjust them. So at this point, as the plane gets up to the sky now I can move this left or right, or I can bring it all the way up. And remember, as I'm going all the way up, it's blocking out what's underneath it. So at this point, now I can see that that's what I want. And so I have it right there. And but by the time it gets back down to Egypt, I need those clouds to disappear. Okay, so that's how I do that. And you can play around with that to see, like, how much cloud image you want or don't want. Okay, so by the time it gets here, I'm going to go ahead and just bring it all the way down, so there are no clouds now. Something else that you can do is see. This video clip is really long and some sometimes I like it to be clean so I can roll over this, and it gives me this other tool. Hold the left button down on the mouse, and I can bring that all the way in. Okay. For the next part, we're going to create that orange rectangle. So you're gonna goto file new legacy title, and then you can rename it here. I usually like toe work quicker, so I don't like to stop rename it hit, okay. And then select this show background video icon. If you want to come over here, select the rectangle tool. And I went to buy right here. I'm holding the left button down on the mouse and then I'm giving myself that rectangle. So you have some options over here? I wanted orange, so you can select the color and pick that. And then I also wanted to be able to see through it. So I selected the opacity down here to about 88 or so. Now, I also animated this. So what? It did was about right here. It came in to the frame. So what I'm gonna do is select this title five. And at this point, I don't want it on the screen, but I wanted to come on about right there, so I like the scale for it. I like the position for it. So I'm gonna go ahead and toggle those key frames in at that moment. But over here, at this point in the video at the beginning of our video, we don't want it on the screen. And then we just need to add our final title. So I'm gonna go up here and go file new legacy title and then title six. Or maybe this one you want to call it Los Angeles. Come over here to the type tools like that Los Angeles. It's gonna be too big. So I'm gonna take the size down and get my selection tool so I can place it where I want to . And maybe I don't like that color. So what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna highlight this whole thing and then come over here to the color that I like it blue. And then now I've got blue. I'm gonna hit my next title, which was to hit Return Cairo, Egypt. And then, for this you can scroll through and pick a different fonts to match. It was but Mo is the one I picked. And then right above this, after you choose the color, you can select the center tool which will center that and then you can scale it up, use the selection tool toe, bring it up a little bit to make room for the last title. And for the last title, just select that T. And then you can start typing 69 20 miles and highlight that or you wouldn't need to if you want to select some of the defaults that adobe has at the bottom. So once you find one that you like, you can highlight it in center it as well and scale it up a little bit and then use the selection tool to bring it right underneath The title of this one Was Los Angeles enough? I just x out. It'll save it like that and it's over here and I just drag it right to the top. This is Video five and then Los Angeles. to Cairo, Egypt, 69 20 miles. Ok, now we want our title to fly in so we can go ahead and select the scale in position and I want it to flying like this. I'm gonna go ahead and scale it out. So it's at 2 62 But by the time it gets here, it comes in and it matches up with the orange and you're just gonna grab the audio and bring it down here, okay? And then we have the plane flying, so I'm gonna grab that and bring it down here. And when you play with those, you can decide how loud or how soft you want that jet engine to be. And so it's the same principle as the opacity handles on the video. And maybe you wanted to get a little louder, like as it gets closer. So what you do is add your key frame to where you want it to be so right here and also to if you need to zoom in a little bit more to get more precise, go ahead and hit the slider tool down at the bottom, so that gives you a little bit more control as you add these dots and just a we'll keep frames in a short period of time. OK, now, at the end, you may want to fade out the jet as it lands. So hit a key frame there and then bring the audio all the way down to 17. Visual FX: Adding 3D Layers: So I want to create a new sequence timeline. So if I go to File New and then sequence, and I can select HDTV 1080 P at 30 frames, and then I can retitle this sequence two. So now we have two sequences, or I do in this original project and we'll toggle back and forth. So if you ever creating a new sequence, but don't want to close out the project. You can have all of these additional sequences and timelines here. All right, now if you don't like the settings that you initially picked, which I don't, I'm going to select something different. And I have some really good luck as far as quality is concerned with the AVC HD 1080 P square pixel. And you also, if you look down here, it'll keep the width 1920 and the height at 1080. And oftentimes it wants to change that. And when you go to export, if it's not like the original, then it kind of makes it blurry. So so those are two things that you can do there. All right, so the first thing we wanna do is grab this texture. So I'll toggle back and forth here so we can see the original one that I created in the new one. And it won't be exactly, exactly the same, but it'll be really close. All right, so I'm gonna go ahead and grab that Adobe Stock texture and bring it into video track 1. Now, let me toggle out and look at these dots that I created. And we'll go ahead and create dots again, if you go to File New Legacy Title and type in dots to or dots. And what I did was I just selected the T and interred in these dots, which is just the period on the keyboard. So this is a common effect that we're seeing a lot now to give it that three-dimensional layer. And then I also added some lines. And I'm not sure if I like that, but it was just to demonstrate what you can do here and you can change the width of the lines by scrolling over line width if you want to. All right, so when you X out, it'll keep it at dot's too. And I want to drag that in over video track two. Now let me show you what I did here. If I go to effects and video effects. And then I can open the folder Blur and Sharpen. If I grab Gaussian Blur and drag it over to the dots title, then I can blur it out a little bit. So you can decide how blurry you want to make it. Then what you can do is you can scale it in or out. So I wanted to show just a little bit of movement. So what I did was I blurted out to about 30 and then I'm going to rotate it just a little bit here.