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Blending Modes Non-responsive

Engaged ,
Mar 29, 2023 Mar 29, 2023

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Premiere 23.2.0 

 

Blending Modes are nonresponsive, and applying a blending mode also makes the Opacity non-responsive.  Blending Mode Issue.gif

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Mar 29, 2023 Mar 29, 2023

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Might want to put a clip/image underneath.

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Mar 29, 2023 Mar 29, 2023

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Thanks, I thought it would blend with the black. Why doesn't he opacity respond within those blend modes? 

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Mar 30, 2023 Mar 30, 2023

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There is no background, it's a void and shows as black.

 

If you want it to blend with black, put a black color matte underneath.

Only a few blend modes will work with black. You need to use color.

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Yeah, there's nothing underneath the layer to "blend" it with. Add a layer underneath and then try different modes and opacity.

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