April 6, 2018
If you want to add some flavor to your edit, try a whip pan transition. They’re stylish, attractive, and relatively easy to create.
Whip pan transitions are all the rage right now in part because they’re a great way to disorient your audience or hide an edit with a little flair and style. The best thing about them, at least on a technical level, is that they’re relatively simple to pull off. In this tutorial, Zach Ramelan of PremiumBeat walks you through the process of creating a seamless whip pan transition in Adobe Premiere Pro.
Now that you know one way to create a whip pan transition, you might be wondering how to put this nifty little effect to work on your own projects. Here are just a few ideas to get some ideas flowing.