As simple as that Another great tutorial Ben.
By the way, where do you find all those cute models ?
The reason you need to use invert is because the black and white values are inverted in the wipe video file you are using from Shotcut/MLT’s perspective. There are not hard rules about which clip white represents vs. black.
Thank you! I have a bunch of supermodels in my basement. That’s why they’re so excited when I let them out…
So by default, negative space represents clear. Got it
Hey @bentacular, just got to watch this. Very nice and informative as usual and well explained in steady steps. I’m now itching to make some more SC tutorials!!! Just have to find some spare time somewhere …
Thank you! We’re all waiting for your next masterpiece!
One day!!! Just doing a few more flute videos then I’ll get on to it!
PS can I have your ink transitions please? !! I’ve liked your video! Could you PM me the pack? I’m going to use lots of ink spills on my next flute video…
This will sound gross to everyone else, but flute/brass/wind players will totally understand…
An ink spill transition could easily look like a spit puddle transition to a musical audience… just saying. No shame, every wind instrument does it.
LOL! When I played in orchestras, I was usually sat in front of the trombone section. They have a little valve on their slides to let the spit out. I can’t tell you how many times it ended up going down my neck… !
It’s always the trombones. The PTSD is kicking in now, lol. I played clarinet in classical orchestras, and also did freelance jazz work. On one gig, I was playing in a pit orchestra for an Easter pageant with live animals walking around. A camel near the edge of the stage spit in the ear of one of the trombone players. I thought to myself, “Now you know what it feels like”. But overall, I like the trombones. They know how to have more fun than any other instrument in the group. I have seen multiple trombone players keep rubber chickens in their instrument cases. No idea why.
LOL! That camel story is funny! I never knew you were a trained clarinettist, @austin!
I agree about trombonists (and brass players in general) being good at having fun! In my experience it’s not so much rubber chickens in their instrument cases, though - but rather … cans of lager !!
Cool! Thanks man!