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Sorry if this is too easy - I'm relatively a Newbie. I tried recreating this transition for a promo I'm doing with no luck. I though maybe it was card wipe - but needless to say I didn't succeed. Any tips? Thank you!

 

http://vimeo.com/6891928

 

sorry the video should be up at xx:30 (wherever part of the world you're in)

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I think it works fine using card wipe, just pre-comp your animations that you want on both sides, and set the rows to 1 and the columns to however many you would like.

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I think it works fine using card wipe, just pre-comp your animations that you want on both sides, and set the rows to 1 and the columns to however many you would like.

 

when i use card wipe it flips things over and shows itself on the other side instead of what i want it to go into to.

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when i use card wipe it flips things over and shows itself on the other side instead of what i want it to go into to.

thanks

got it - used not BG layer and had the next shot layered underneath - Thanks for the direction

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got it - used not BG layer and had the next shot layered underneath - Thanks for the direction

 

What you need to do is turn off the visibility of the layer you want to transition to, and select that layer as the back layer in the card wipe properties.

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