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I am able to whip pan using the offset feature but can you change the distance between the 2 videos

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Sep 14, 2022 Sep 14, 2022

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If someone figures this out for me, all i can say is wow! this has been a long time where i have searched for ways in achieving the look I'm after, which im only ever able to pull off via AfterEffects

 

Basically, as you can see from my timeline I have an adjustment layer with an offset to create a whip-to-right transition.

 

I have moved the play head a bit into time so you can see the effect of the offset and distance between the 2 tablets, basically, i want to have this distance larger apart and not so close as its whipping... (im guessing this is not possible)

 

I can easily do this in after-effects with nulls etc, but feel it's overkill to use AE especially when I have a few scenes I need to animate this way. 

 

Any help from you guys is greatly appreciated.

 

Cheers...

 

P.S the closest i am getting is having to manually create position keyframes while overlapping the 2 clips but its not turning out the good

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Sep 18, 2022 Sep 18, 2022

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This might help

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZsnWsMpUo2Q&t=134s

The animation is setup in the nest. The length of the nest determines the speed of the animation.

Instead of joining the clips leave a gap.

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