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Super Easy In-Camera Video Transitions With A Smartphone

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so I tried to make this video at an earlier stage all of that footage got- ruined because of the pro camera app who hadn't gotten update for the iOS 13 as you most of you probably saw as well so we found this a beautiful place to shoot exactly that a behind the scenes in-camera translation and video where I show you exactly what I do to create these in camera effects and at the end of the video when we're done shooting we're gonna go home and edit this inside of Maya fusion it has some cool things that we can use for this b-roll in camera transition and this is actually a pretty nice place so without further ado let's jump into the creation of this in-camera transition using the iPhone 11 also another thing which is really awesome with this iPhone 11 is that you have this a wide-angle and you have this normal one which is one and you have the optical zoom which seems in two times this is the normal which I had on the previous iPhone excess max and if you now tap on the wide-angle you can see there's a lot more details that we can capture in this video so it's going to be super awesome to create this really close-up in a camera and translation Bureau so let's just jump into it and we're gonna start by doing some filming of this door right here so we're first gonna start with a pan out of this wooden door over here and another thing which is really important if you want to lock your focus on anything and adjust the light as well you can simply just tap on the screen until it says locked and then you can just swipe up or down and you will change the lighting of the ISO or aperture of the dead video itself so another cool thing as you can see there I panned down on the end of the shot and that means on the next shot I will have to start on top and then hand to reveal the the video or the footage that we're about to show you could also do it like you can also do the same thing where you can reverse it in post-production as well so let's find another shot where we are going from from patting down to revealing the shot so there we have the next shot with a whip and right at the end of the video so now we need to find a shot that we want to film and start by either whipping from there from the left to the right by Bill in the video or we can start at the object or subject that we want to film and then with two left and in post-production just a reverse and then it will be the same direction as we want to to have it in our video now let's get the starting shot of the video this is the shop that we're gonna use at the beginning of the timeline inside the machine and we might just use this more than just one time as we do our edit inside of them effusion so now let's just get the pant shot over the entrance here so there we have the first shot we're gonna use on our timeline now let's see if we can find some other spots where we can do some cool transitions maybe we can use this son of mine to be the point of interest I'm just gonna see if I can actually find him it's far away I guess he found some cows nice then let's see if we can just get inside this door to see if there's anything that we can film close to it like the camera time backwards and analyze in slow motion and we can create a cool cinematic effect by doing that there's a lot of echo in here as well so let's just get to it we might have to change an angle here so you can actually see what I'm doing this that was sick I think we're good at the first try it's good so cool I don't think we need to make any camera transition out of this because it's just amazing and itself and now to finish it off let's see if we can get some floss offs on the handle on the door I think we got a couple of shots but we're gonna find out when we get home and jump over to my fusion so we're back home again and we really got some amazing shots as you saw in the beginning of this video but to keep this video short we're gonna jump over to the my fusion right away and I'm gonna show you exactly how and where to cut to make these type of seamless in camera transitions so now we created a project inside of the luma fusion and this project is set to 24 frames since I shot some 4k video with the iPhone and 11pro at 24 fps so we always want to keep our projects a frame rate at the same as the lowest frame rate of our video or the medium file that we're gonna import into our timeline so now let's move over to all the videos which is here on the left side so I'm gonna apply a couple of these video files here and show you exactly how you create these seamless in-camera transitions so first we can start with the cross which you saw as the third clip of the intro video so here's the clip and you can see at the beginning of the scroll bar here everything is black and this is because we held the iPhone all the way up to the cross so we didn't see any light passing through so we got a black shot which was intended with that shot as well so if we scrub through here you can see it reveals the cross and it goes backwards and then at a certain points I'm panning down so we get into this blackness of the video again so what we can do is to use these yellow orange in and out points here which I've already made when I created the intro video of this tutorial so we can simply just take this and drag it down to our timeline so since this is the beginning shot we don't need to do getting to this but here the clip is panning down so we want to find another shot where this is panning down as well and we're gonna use exactly that which you saw in the intro video as well we're going to use the door and as you can see I've already made it in and out points going down out from the door then out backwards and then hands down again we can actually make another cut right here so we don't see my feet drag that down to our timeline you can basically see now that we made the cuts inside the previous screen here and when we scrub through now it should be kind of seamless right away so we don't need to do that much if we go slowly you can see pans down then it pans down again and out from the door and then out backwards and down again we're gonna add one more clip and then we're gonna do some speed changes to these two clips and maybe the third clip as well but if you also take a look at the last clip one more time as we pan down you can see we have some green we have some leaves and and we have this is basically the type of colors that we want to have in the next shot as well to make it as seamless as possible so we're gonna see if we have a clip matching that right there well that to our timeline we can scrub through and we can see one more time goes down and then into the next one so if we now do a playback of all the three clips let's see what it looks like so now we put these three clips on our timeline as well so now we have the pan down push out panning down panning down pushing out again panning down panning down and then goes to the left so we can stop it here then we could always use a different clip which could be let's see if we have so here we start from the left side and we whip to the right but we can actually start the video here make an out point right here then we can scrub through one more time and we can see if we can find the in point and the in point should be exactly when this is gone just like just like that and we make another mark here so we gonna tap on this button to make the in point just like that and we're gonna drag this and put this in the tween so now we have this stops here and it starts a new clip then we go to the right and we start to whip to the right again and exactly when this is gone we should see the next clip just like that so if we do another player we can see how all these clips are working together as a seamless in camera transition so there we have a super simple and easy to do in camera transition it's all about panning and whipping your your camera it doesn't have to be a smartphone it could be any other camera for that matter but this is basically how easy it is to make this in-camera transition let's do some changes to this clip right here as well so it goes at normal speed but we really want to slow this down exactly at this point maybe right here so what we're going to do is to make a cut double tap and we're gonna change the speed to just to 50% that should be enough and if we do another playback it's a lot smoother it looks a lot better right away after we got some slow motion to it so fast slow motion and we want to make a cut exactly that spot right here make a cut and we don't really have to do anything else than changing the speed back to normal speed and the reason for that is that we do we do most of the speed changes as we do the in-camera transitions so it makes it easier for us to actually edit this in post-production as well since we do a lot of the movements when we are making the in-camera transitions so that saves us a ton of time as well so if we do a playback now you can see that this is going to be a super smooth and another cool thing we can do with this clip since this is shot in 4k at 24 fps and our timeline is 24 fps we can't really do slow-motion to this but what we can do is to actually speed it up so we can try to make this right here a normal speed make a cut go to the beginning here maybe make a cut and we can take the clip in the middle and then speed this up to 275 we can see how that looks that looks quite cool so there we have a speed change to that clip as well what we can do now is to go over to this clip right here and this I don't think we need to do anything with this neither with this maybe do some slow motion to it make a cut here and here and delete the beginning part because we don't want it to be too long and slow this down to 50 so if we do a playback now should be a lot smoother and we should have a perfect ending to this sequence so we can do another playback of the entire sequence so you can see how easy it is to make these in-camera transitions and see how it turned out to be after we made these cuts to each clip and if you go out and you film a video like this with the intention of using in camera transitions you will end up with a project like this this is the project that I was working on to create that video which you saw at the beginning of this tutorial as well and if we just pinch to zoom in we can go over this video very fast so you can see how this was actually made as well and you can see that we have some starting shots and I also have some overlays which is in the transition pack as well I believe it's in the starter pack and the 500 pack and these are just used with opacity changes so this these are just blended into the video file below as you can see here we have the opacity change to 15 and these are just basic video files at the beginning with some cross dissolves in between it goes like this then we go over to the cross and we go over to the window here you can see I'm whipping the camera downwards to the right and it goes from this clip turns slightly dark blackish and then into the cross again going backwards with some overlays again continues to go backwards and then we have this pan down again which pants down and then down out from the door down again and it pans down towards the ground and then into this rock right here and then whipping to the right a little bit and we have a slightly normal video here until we get to the end where I'm whipping right again just like this whipping right and the new video is coming in which is of the Sun and we go over to some overlays again and then just swapping our raw cuts to the next video and on this one we whip to the right again and we're back at the window going from the window and we do the same thing here this is the same video file we whip pad to the bottom right corner and then we actually have an opposite going down to the bottom left and as we go around the rock here we have speed change here too a little bit faster so it kind of speeds in and then swaps with the next clip and again filming my son here close up and then we go down downwards to birth the rock to make the scene darker before we swap over to the inside of this this place where the process so it goes down and then I've come down from the roof revealing the cross and we have just a simple simple change to the location of the cross here and it's sped up so I move quite fast backwards so this is basically what you can achieve if you prepare your shots if you prepare before you go out to town with your your smartphone type down what type of transition in camera transition that you want to do film and make sure to do a lot of takes and then put them all together I should get home to see what you what type of video you have and sort out make sure to keep the best files place those in a separate folder and then it's easy to speed up the workflow as you get into a limo fusion so with that said it's really important if you're gonna make a video like this go and plan ahead before you actually go out shoot the video type down all the transitions that you want to make type down and make drawings even to show the direction of the transitions that you want to make and that also allows you to see it easily on the paper if you have the drawings with arrows over the transitions going from left to right up down all the different types of in-camera transitions that you want to make if you have them all on paper it's easier for you to also see which one you're going to shoot first and basically prepare your workflow because you can also see which one you're gonna apply at the beginning of the sequence and at the end of the sequence and how you can put them together and by doing that you can go out and you can film it that way and you will really save some hours of filming and also editing so that said I really hope that you learned something new from this video today and if you haven't already make sure to 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