how do you do what exactly.... Install Sony Vegas, apply a transition, create great artworks ??????
I can help you with the first two... The latter is something called talent and imagination.. Some of it you can learn and some it you got born with ;-)
Learn your tools to make them help you bring out your imagination.... And learn how to be specific, if you want to learn ;-)
… Cut out a part of the image and yeah.
what SE tried to tell you by speaking of 'specific':
instead of 'yeah', why not using 'mask' as a search word in the Manual?
you'll soon learn a) how to apply a mask and b) how to animate it
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 21, 2013 5:46 AM (in response to Karsten Schlüter)
LOL - You just made my day Karsten...Made me smile; that comment of your's
to OP ---
This all aint meant in a RUDE way.... Just that ALL of US helping out here.. READ the manual and GOT specific to get to the point where we are today. While you have obviously never bothered to look at it
I'm not sure how to take your reply but, i ment how to do the "Masking transition".
Cut out a part of the image and yeah.
1) Goto Effects >> Category "Keying"
2) Select the mask tool to apply a simple mask...
3) Read the manual to learn how to key frame it...
4) Search Google on how to create more advanced masking beyong 4 points.
in case you didnt know there is a fairly new invention out called Google.. It is pretty good at providing search results... Youtube in many cases is filled with tutorials made by people who SHOULD have watched tutorials before creating tutorials...
Now -- Try this
1) Open up your brower
2) Goto www.google.com
3) In the big SEARCH field type
4) fcpx masks
It will provide you with MANY results.
Also... if you dont mind paying peanuts for valuable information... www.lynda.com is an EXCELLENT source for learning A LOT of stuff.
youtube in this here regard (Expertise and NOT bling-bling-news) is much like wikipedia - information provided by folks who would like to be experts. Surely if you wanna know what an orange is, wikipedia is a fantastic resource... But as soon as you wanna know about the physics behind that orange wikipedia is not the place to go ;-)