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Old transition possible in Elements?

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May 29, 2018

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I'm making a video using semi-professional techniques.

However, there's a specific scene transition I'm looking for that requires a slight explanation.

You know that "explode" transition that was used in a lot of TV shows (i.e., Jeopardy!, Nickelodeon GUTS, etc.) during the 90s?

It's like this (watch the first 6 seconds to see the transition):

Ed Asner, Teri Garr and Pat Sajak on Celebrity Jeopardy (Part 1/4) - 1993 - YouTube

I need this transition for an upcoming video I'm working on that I need to post to YouTube in the coming days. Does anyone know what it's called, and if it is possible to use in Premiere Elements?

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Old transition possible in Elements?

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I'm making a video using semi-professional techniques.

However, there's a specific scene transition I'm looking for that requires a slight explanation.

You know that "explode" transition that was used in a lot of TV shows (i.e., Jeopardy!, Nickelodeon GUTS, etc.) during the 90s?

It's like this (watch the first 6 seconds to see the transition):

Ed Asner, Teri Garr and Pat Sajak on Celebrity Jeopardy (Part 1/4) - 1993 - YouTube

I need this transition for an upcoming video I'm working on that I need to post to YouTube in the coming days. Does anyone know what it's called, and if it is possible to use in Premiere Elements?

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In version 2018 there are eight choices under "NewBlue 3D Explosions".   Have you looked at them?

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I agree with Bill. The Plane Explode and Confetti transitions look very much like what you want.

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Not exactly, I'm afraid.

It bears a slight resemblance to the "slash slide" transition, but it explodes from the center, expanding through the screen, as shown in the link above.

I was told by a friend of mine that transition was part of a professional system called Video Toaster, but I really want to know if that sort of transition will be possible to purchase for Premiere Elements...

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There are none from Adobe beyond what is included at installation.  I Google  searched "video transitions" and was surprised by how many third party sources there are.  Rocketstock said their pack of 200 works with any video editor.

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