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How Do I Crop Video with Rounded Corners?

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Apr 01, 2020

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Hi,

 

I thought it'd be pretty simple, but I'm having trouble finding a way to crop my video so that it has rounded corners.

 

I learned that the best way to crop a video is under the Opacity feature.  I see that I can crop it as a square or circle, but no other option.  Is there something in Effects that I haven't found?   Any other way to get this done?

 

Thanks.

 

*Using Premiere Pro 2020 on Macbook Pro 2019

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How Do I Crop Video with Rounded Corners?

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Hi,

 

I thought it'd be pretty simple, but I'm having trouble finding a way to crop my video so that it has rounded corners.

 

I learned that the best way to crop a video is under the Opacity feature.  I see that I can crop it as a square or circle, but no other option.  Is there something in Effects that I haven't found?   Any other way to get this done?

 

Thanks.

 

*Using Premiere Pro 2020 on Macbook Pro 2019

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Not the easiest way but you could produce the mask shape in something like Photoshop and either add as an overlay or use as the alpha channel for an image key.

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Okay, thanks.  I will look into that.

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If you hold down the Option key and click down and drag on any one of the vertices of the mask, you can drag out bezier handles and curve the mask:

 

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Use mask expansion to determine the corners.

Then adjust the mask to your liking.

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Interesting.  I will give this a try.  Thanks!

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Clever and great! Thank you!!

 

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