Add whip pan transitions in Adobe Premiere Pro.
Amplify your transitions in post-production with this quick tutorial:
1. Import your footage.
2. Add clips next to each other on your timeline.
3. Go to File and select New, then choose Adjustment Layer.
4. Drag the Adjustment Layer to the timeline over the simple cut between the two clips.
5. At the space between clips, trim the Adjustment Layer so that it’s about five frames to the left (your first clip) and 10 frames to the right (the clip you are whip panning into).
6. Click the Effects tab, and search for Offset.
7. Drag this effect onto the the Adjustment Layer, and then set the timeline cursor to the beginning of your first clip.
8. Move to the end of the Adjustment Layer, and shift the number to negative.
9. Click Effects again, select Directional Blur, and add it to the Adjustment Layer.
10. Switch the direction of your blur to 90 degrees, then drag it in between the two clips: Switch the blur length from 0 to 130 and back down to 0 again.
You can further customize the transitions in your project or even animate your credits and titles with Adobe After Effects. Powerful features like Content Aware Fill and Roto Brush make it easy to add and remove graphics and effects from your footage long after the cameras stop rolling.