In this use case you’ll learn when and how best to use the “Camera” video transition which looks something like this like this:
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Use Case 06
How and when to use Camera Transitions
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The Camera Transition is one of the most commonly used transitions that can be applied to many different situations and video projects. It’s certainly one of our favourites.
As the name implies, the Camera transition mimics the movement of a camera whether this be a zoom…a pan, tilt or even a combination of camera moves.
If you time this transition to the beat of the music, you’ll end up with a professional looking music video, making you look like a pro.
So, we can use the Camera Transition to create a fast-changing story and go through different clips …making this transition one of the most popular “go to” transitions in the pack. It therefore finds many uses when you want a transition between 2 different shot types, say a wide angle and a close up or just between 2 different scenes.