We video provides a ton of different free digital transitions to choose from, but you can also create custom transitions with a little extra camera work. A good cut will fit in naturally with the movie story progression. A good rule of thumb when you are editing video is to always cut on motion.
Whip-panThe whip-pan is a great way to transition from one shot to another in a quick and easy flow. You can also implement this same tactic in a more subtle manner by simply lifting or tilting the camera. For a more flamboyant transition, you can try a full spin, or following the motion of a body part. This transition can also work in the opposite manner when your audio fades into the next clip after the visual has already changed. These types of cuts are frequently seen on You Tube….