Difference between revisions of "Kdenlive/Manual/Transitions/Composite"

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=== Tutorial 3 - Video Masks ===
 
=== Tutorial 3 - Video Masks ===
This tutorial uses the composite transition and a custom video mask to create an effect where you can make it appear that one video is playing on the screen of a still of a computer monitor.
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This tutorial uses the composite transition and a custom video mask ([http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matte_%28filmmaking%29 ''matte'']) to create an effect where you can make it appear that one video is playing on the screen of a still of a computer monitor.
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The mask / matte is created with GIMP.
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Save your mattes to /usr/share/kde4/apps/kdenlive/lumas
  
 
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Revision as of 13:24, 7 July 2012

Composite Transition

The composite transition combines the video data from 2 video tracks into one.

Tutorial 1

See this tutorial that describes how to use

Tutorial 2 - composite transition and Blue Screen

Tutorial showing how to use the "Blue screen" function ,composite transition and Keyframes to animate one image moving over another in the KDEnlive video editor


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Tutorial 3 - Video Masks

This tutorial uses the composite transition and a custom video mask (matte) to create an effect where you can make it appear that one video is playing on the screen of a still of a computer monitor.

The mask / matte is created with GIMP.

Save your mattes to /usr/share/kde4/apps/kdenlive/lumas

{{#ev:youtube|FIpnGlRY27U}}


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