Hey guys just a quick little trick that I use EVERYDAY. This is how you use an adjustment layer to scale up between 2 or more clips. Thanks for watching! *Free Trial Offer Has Ended, BUT I Have A New Sweet Deal For You* 🤩 Get one month of ENVATO ELEMENTS for $9! Click Here To Learn More: 🤍bit.ly/3oeZBuM 🎬 Envato Elements is the Netflix of video effects packs. It gives you unlimited downloads of 2,379,435 effects packs, templates, fonts and assets. Learn More Here: 🤍bit.ly/3oeZBuM Josh Olufemii Josh🤍Olufemii.com
THANK YOU! This worked flawlessly! :)
Doing this "punch in" effect in talking head videos is key to hopefully keeping your audience engaged and video not feeling so static, and being able to put this on an adjustment that you can literally just duplicate and resize at whichever time you'd like is KEY to streamlining my editing.
I also thought the adjustment layer controls as default should affect the underlying layer, but I'm glad the workaround is as simple as adding an effect and doing it in there.
Thanks @Olufemii, little tips like this save hours of work in the long run.
The trick with the fact adjustment layer needs the transform effect was a life saver. I could've wasted a whole morning on this. Thanks man!
Helped Me So Much
Wow! More esier than other tutorial, thanks for this tutorial
THANK YOU SO MUCH, I'VE ALWAYS BEEN ZOOMING IN USING NESTS BUT WITH NO WAY TO ZOOM OUT BECUASE THE EDGES WOULD BE CROPPED.
life saver you are :) Thank you
Thanks, this is so cool. I had been attacking this problem by using the nesting feature. But the nesting feature often becomes a hassle where you're always clicking into and out of a nested sequence in order to make changes such as scale and position. This is much easier!
I'd also add that "position" can be changed the same way as you pointed out for scale, using the parameter under "transform" in stead of the regular Motion>>Position.
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Olufemii rocks! I think I've gotten my most valuable tips from here. I've liked so many videos to make sure I don't lose them!
But when i use this and change the anchor point from transform effect there are two anchor points one which is regular and other of transform effect , how to fix that ? Thanks
thank you so much sir its very help full tutorial
Thank you so much bro!
Thank you! :D
Go to ejJLAtJh4wE&t=3m00s 3:00 for the answer
ejJLAtJh4wE&t=2m40s 2:40 video effects / transform effect -- thanks for your help!
Thank you so much. Saved me loads of time.
Thanks my man