Applying a page curl to a
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The Matrox realtime plug-in for Adobe Premiere Pro lets you set up spectacular realtime 2D and 3D effects and transitions, such as particles, 3D tiles, blurs, and page curls, using up to two video clips and four graphics clips.
This tutorial guides you through the steps of creating a title using Adobe Title Designer, and shows you how to apply a realtime page curl to your title. Title Designer is a television-quality character generator that lets you create stills, rolls, and crawls for your Adobe Premiere Pro projects on Matrox RT.X.
|| Create a new title
Start Adobe Premiere Pro. To
create your title, do the following:
||Start Title Designer by choosing File > New
||Click the Templates button in the Toolbar, choose Title Designer Presets > Lower Thirds_7 > Lower Third 1077_7, then click Apply.
||In the workspace, select the word Heading, and replace it with
Rodeo. Replace the word Subheading with the word Highlights.
||Choose File > Save as. Give your title a filename
and click Save. Your title is saved as a .prtl file and is
automatically placed in your Adobe Premiere Pro project bin.
Set up the
Adobe Premiere Pro Timeline
Import any video clip into
your Adobe Premiere Pro project. Drag this clip onto track Video 1. Drag
your title to the Timeline onto track Video 2. Your title is automatically alpha-keyed.
Drag the border of your title so that it
is the same length as your video clip on track Video 1, as shown
||Apply a page curl to your
To apply a
Matrox page curl effect to your title:
Drag the Matrox Page Curls effect
from the Video Effects bin in the Effects window onto your title on track Video 2.
|b||Click the Setup button beside your effect in the Effect Controls window.
Note If you can't see the Effect Controls window, choose Window > Effect Controls.
||In the Matrox Effect Setup dialog box, choose Page Curls > Single
Rolls, then select Bottom RC Roll from the Effect
||Click OK to return to your Timeline.
|| Preview your effect in real
Play button in the Monitor window or press the Enter key on
your keyboard to preview the resulting page curl in real time.