Rolled transition

I would like to know if transitions similar to this exist or can be made.
Thank you for any suggestion

Hi @mario_rava

Is this what you are looking for?

If it’s not, please provide an example of what you need.
If it is a long video, indicate at what position the transition is located.

If it is what you are looking for, I made a Filter Set you can use to replicate what you saw in the clip above.

It will work on 1980x1080 projects, set at 30 fps.
TRANS_MB__Vertical-Roll-1sec-1080p_30fps.zip (552 Bytes)

If you don’t know how to use or install a Filter Set, read this Documentation page

After installing the Filter Set, follow these steps:

  • Create a 1 second transition between to clips.
  • Make sure the transition clip is selected and go to the Properties panel.
  • Choose the Cut option and set Position to 50%
  • Go to the Filters panel
  • Open the Set category.
  • Choose the TRANS_MB__Vertical-Roll-1sec-1080p_30fps Filter Set.
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Uploading: kerala_coconut_e_backwater_transizione_arrottolata.mp4…
Thank you Musical box, I had seen the transition but it is not what I need.
Sorry but I thought I attached an example. it is an mp4 file (6,3MB) but it seems like it never finishes uploading (i suppose that I am doing something wrong but I don not what) .
However this is the link for downloading it

Your example video has a weird frame rate. I converted it to 24 fps, and it should upload now.

I don’t think you can create this type of transition in Shotcut. But I could be wrong. Maybe someone else will come up with a solution for you.

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Hi @mario_rava - This is the closest I got. Not quite the same as yours but it’s a rolled page-curl. Made with Shotcut!

With a bit of work, I should be able to make the text change without the slight delay.

How I did it:
You have to use SC version 20.07.11. (It utilises the Text:HTML filter which has long since been depreciated).
It’s a GL transition, brilliantly pioneered by @elusien some years ago.
I also used his GL-transitions HTML generator.
Follow his instructions here:
https://www.elusien.co.uk/shotcut/gl-transitions/index.html

I can give more detailed instructions if you’d like. I’ll do my best, however I’m a little short of time right now.

@elusien, if you’re there, I for one miss you on the forum! Hope you are well!

Thank you to you and to @MusicakBox, I will study the solution and let you know how it goes. Thank you a lot

Thank you to all, you all are the best but the solution does not work. I have tried Searching transition that is near to what I am searching but it takes long time if you have many transition to do like this in a clip.
Shotcut and the people that works in are the best,sure.

Il existe une solution avec l’aide d’un logiciel extérieur.
Avant d’utiliser SC, j’avais téléchargé la version gratuite de Movavi Video Editor qui ne dispose pas de toutes les fonctionnalités de SC, mais qui peut suffire pour du montage simple. Il dispose d’un grand choix de transitions toutes faites.
Glissez les 2 clips sur la timeline.
Glissez la transition souhaitée entre les 2.
Exportez le résultat que vous pouvez charger dans SC.

There is a solution with the help of external software.
Before using SC, I downloaded the free version of Movavi Video Editor which does not have all the features of SC, but which may be sufficient for simple editing. It has a large selection of ready-made transitions.
Drag the 2 clips onto the timeline.
Drag the desired transition between the 2 clips.
Export the result which you can load into SC.

Final result

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Thank you for the wise workaround!

I just saw your reply, @Namna . Neat idea.

Je viens de voir ta réponse, @Namna. Bonne idée.

Je reviens sur ce sujet car il existe une solution peut-être moins sophistiquée, mais qui a l’avantage d’être réalisable sans avoir recours à un logiciel externe.
- Placez vos clips A et B sur la piste V1
- Créez une transition, réglez sur “Barres horizontales” et progressivité sur 0
- Ajoutez un clip couleur “Transparent” sur V2 au dessus de la transition.
- Sur ce clip, mettez un filtre “Rich text” sans entrer de texte avec un fond blanc.
- Ajoutez un filtre “Flou: Exponentiel”
- Puis un filtre SPR pour déplacer le rouleau de gauche à droite tout en réduisant son diamètre.

Résultat final.

I come back to this subject because there is a solution that is perhaps less sophisticated, but which has the advantage of being feasible without having to resort to external software.

  • Place your clips A and B on track V1
  • Create a transition, set to “Horizontal bars” and softness to 0
  • Add a “Transparent” color clip on V2 above the transition.
  • On this clip, add a “Rich text” filter without entering text with a white background.
  • Add a “Blur: Exponential” filter
  • Then add an SPR filter to move the roller from left to right while reducing its diameter.

Final result.

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Salut @namna, plutôt bien ! Serait-il possible que vous partagiez le MLT s’il vous plaît ? J’aimerais l’utiliser et je manque un peu de temps (c’est à dire paresseux ! :upside_down_face:) pour suivre les étapes. Merci beaucoup! :laughing:

Hi @namna, pretty good! Would it be possible you to share the MLT please? I would like to use it and I’m a little short of time (ie lazy! :upside_down_face:) to go through the steps. Many thanks! :laughing:

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Voici le MLT
J’ai remplacé les images par des clips couleur.

Here is the MLT
I replaced the images with color clips.

Rolled transition.mlt (9.9 KB)

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Très astucieux. Merci @Namna.

Very clever. Thanks @Namna.

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@jonray @SergeC De rien, content que vous aimiez.
Je pense qu’il est possible d’améliorer l’animation du rouleau avec les nouvelles fonctionnalités des images-clés, mais j’avoue ne pas encore être familiarisé avec.

@jonray @SergeC You’re welcome, glad you like it.
I think it’s possible to improve the scroll animation with the new keyframes features, but I admit I’m not familiar with it yet.

Je crois que les images clés ‘Ease in’ et ‘Ease in/out’ ne sont pas adaptées à la progression linéaire de la transition.
I think the ‘Ease in’ and ‘Ease in/out’ keyframes don’t work well with the linear progression of the transition.

I’ll try your solution as soon as I can, many many thanks

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