Animated Split Screens
This is my new tutorial about Animated Split Screens.
It uses Sketcher, Rotate, Flip and Crop & Position effects, and some features
like Snapshot, Proxy, Mask, Projector, keyframes, Shared effects and Shared tracks.
You can download the Tutorial from my usual place (I am afraid to write here for spamming).
Credits for Videos "Scientist At Work 2":
- Atem Podrez
- Edward Jenner
Credits for Music:
- Background by 2TECH-AUDIO | https://2tech-audio.bandcamp.com
- Motivation Mode by Mixaund | https://mixaund.bandcamp.com
- Optimistic / Inspirational by Mixaund | https://mixaund.bandcamp.com
- Team Spirit by Mixaund | https://mixaund.bandcamp.com
- Inspiring Idea by Mixaund | https://mixaund.bandcamp.com
- Background by 2TECH-AUDIO | https://2tech-audio.bandcamp.com (part of the track)
Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com
[You are free to use music track in your non-commercial multimedia project (online videos, websites, animations, etc.) as long as you credit the Author with a link to their website.]
It is amazing what things YOU can get Cinelerra to do. I will have to watch this several times to understand it all, but so far I am delighted to see that you can Share Effect of Rotate and save some work. I never would have thought of that.
I uploaded the video to:
If you want to make changes to the descriptions let me know.
More commentary after watching again.
- Such a "smooth" presentation; I know it took many hours over many days to make this with all of the explanations. Sometimes I was so busy watching the cursor on the Cinelerra windows, that I missed the large yellow colored verbage on the bottom so had to go back and watch that part again.
- It was especially helpful towards the end to see the "All the Tracks in the timeline" which helped to make sense of it all.
Excellent work and superb tuto as usual.
Your knowledge of cinGG is incredible and your tutorials fascinate me.
Thanks @andreapaz for uploaded the tutorial on YouTube! Your description, as always, is Okay. Thanks!
I forgot to mention that my file on https://transfer.sh will be deleted in some weeks. So your post with link to Youtube save me. 😉
I agree with you about the "Subtitles". Unfortunately with subtitles attention is diverted: the focus can only be in one place.
Yes, it took many hours, and I thought of You for the voiceover but it might have been too demanding.
I think that Cinelerra-GG is a fantastic NLE, and I have to be grateful to You and GG (He is always in my heart).
Too good, thanks!