Hi guys. I am a student and we are assigned to create a montage video with clips in motion. We are supposed to have each clip pacing at the same time sliding from left to right. I understand how to get each image to slide left or right with key frames. Where I'm lost at; I dont know how to have each video seem like they're attached to one another as they slide across the screen. How do I do this in premiere?
Perhaps by putting the clips on a timeline, then selecting all, "nest". This would make a new "clip" of the group.
Now use that as your montage image ...
In your example we have videos on top (let's say 5 videos), and the same on bottom, their size is half of the sequence, so:
Make 2 sequences with size 4800 (1920/2 x 5) x 540 (1080/2), one for top videos and another for the bottom videos, align the clips inside of those sequences, put those seq in the main montage sequence and animate them in reverse directions.
If it's not clear, this is a small tutorial on how to do it:
You are so amazing. Thank you so very much for this!
Glad to help!
I didn't understand exactly, do you want them to be like stairs? Can you post a screenshot that describes their positions and travel direction?
Hmmm, are you sure? This way you can't have more than one clip displayed on the program monitor at the same time. The clips should be on top of each other because YOU HAVE to see 2 or 3 clips at the same time, if you put them after each other it means that you can only see one clip at a time.
If you need to see, for example, 6 clips in the program monitor, then you should have 6 clips on top of each other in the timeline