Pinnacle Studio 21 Ultimate | Morph Transitions Tutorial

The Pinnacle Studio 21 Ultimate morph transitions tutorial. This morph transitions tutorial for Pinnacle Studio 21 will show you how to use the morph transition in Pinnacle Studio 21 ultimate. This complete tutorial from PinnacleStudioPro provides step by step instructions on how to use the morph transition editor to morph one clip into another. Maliek shows you how to position nodes in the start and end windows to create a reference point for the morph effect to take place. He also shows you how to add nodes so that you can make precision adjustments to the effect. Our tutorial helps you learn while having fun so you can improve your videos.

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Title: Game Plan
Composer: Eric Palmer
Album: StackTraxx V12: Corporate Stacks 1
Publisher: Digital Juice Music, Inc.

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Sakman says:

Great Maliek! Thanks so much.

April Ross says:

I know you are talking about morphing in here, but how did you create your intro? Did you use pinnacle studio?

Pixelyoutube Grannyhaakkanaal says:

Thank you so much. I’m using this already, but great vid.

Peter Richardson says:

Love your videos, very helpful for an old fart like me who needs walking through a subject. Good job and Thank You.

PinnacleStudioPro says:

What two objects are you going to morph using the morph transition?

Waycool 1969 says:

Thank you.

Anthony Pierre says:

You must be a mind reader! People have been looking for this! Reminds me of MJ’s Black or White….

The Audience! says:

Trying to get my morph on

JustWasted3HoursHere says:

I suppose there is some use for this, but I wouldn’t call it a morph transition, to be honest. A real morph would be to morph individual features from one to the other (using a program for that purpose like Stoik Imaging’s “Morphman 4.0” or “Morphman 2016”) It takes a long time to set it up, but the results are incredible. Examples are Michael Jackson’s “Black and White” music video.

Priyantha Siri says:

Hi.Mr thanks for your videos. your presentation is awsome.Can you upload a video for, How to remove an object or few objects from video? I mean not tracking object. some kind of erase objects for selected video clip.If you have any idea? what video editor have this option. thank you.

jonh major says:

Thank you, thank you, and thank you again. Another awesome tutorial. You give folks wings to really enjoy video making.

Memory Lane Videos says:

OK. If you wanted to make me start drooling, you succeeded. “Dahrool dahrool.” ~ Daffy Duck

oo0Spyder0oo says:

Honestly you could achieve much the same effect here as fading in one video over the other. No real morphing going on.

Jonathan Smith says:

Are we missing something? I have looked at it frame by frame and it sure appears to be nothing more than a fade transition.  If it was truly Morphing I should think that there would be a progressive combining of the stages across the frames.

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