In this use case you’ll learn when and how best to use the “Kaleidoscope” video transition which looks something like this like this:
Use Case 11
How and when to use Kaleidoscope Transitions
Key content from the use case video
The KALEIDOSCOPE Transition is perfect for video and film openers, intros, promos, movie trailers, action movies, fashion movies …basically any other video project that requires a fast-paced trendy look.
In the main example in the use case video we’re going to use the kaleidoscope transition to create a fast-moving YouTube video trailer for a travel vlog. So, we can have our first clip showing the first destination our couple travelled to, followed by the second destination they went to…and so on. In between these clips we can apply the Kaleidoscope transition thereby transporting the viewer from one destination to another in a cool and trendy way.
So, as a simple rule, use the kaleidoscope transition between clips or images to create a fast-paced compilation of events, destinations, images and so much more. As long as your video piece is relatively short, such as a trailer, you can apply the kaleidoscope transition generously and still end up with a great video. But…that doesn’t mean you need to apply this transition to a every single shot in a long sequence. Exercise caution…