In this use case you’ll learn when and how best to use the “Shake” video transition which looks something like this like this:
Use Case 14
How and when to use Shake Transitions
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The SHAKE video transition is a fun and subtle video transition that can help break up long sequences into shorter, bite sized clips, to quickly move the story forward. Using the shake video transition will help shorten a really long video, made up of different clips, without changing the story in any way.
Let’s imagine a story taking place inside a café where 2 friends meet for coffee. We can use the shake transition to show how they meet, then quickly move to show them being served the coffee by using the shake transition.
For example, the shake transition achieves the same effect as a quick passage of time and helps you fill in the gaps between 2 related clips.
The shake zoom is really a quick and fun way to tell your story and is equally great to use for montages, sizzle reels and slide shows and also offers versatility in the type of shake. So… feel free to experiment with the different variants of the shake video TX until you find one that fits your story the best.