Eye Zoom Transition | Filmora Effects & Transitions


The Eye Zoom transition effect is one of
the coolest effects out there and if you want to learn how to do this in Filmora 9 stick around I’ll show you how *Cat meowing* Hit the subscribe button and click the
notification bell to be part of the conversation The first thing you want to
do is find a couple of pieces of footage that you can use in this case I’m just
gonna use two images that I found off pixabay.com and I’ll bring those down
into my timeline let me stretch this image out a little bit I’m gonna
right-click on that and hit crop to fit that we’ll make sure it fills up the
entire preview window and the entire screen 16:9 on export the
next image I’ll bring down is the image of this cat and put it right behind it
I’ll stretch that out a bit too if I right-click on this footage and hit crop
to fit it’ll do the same thing and fill that window what I’m gonna do is isolate
a section of this footage here and slice it and then do the same with that cat
image now in the first image I’m gonna right click on it and open up crop and
zoom and you can see it’s already cropped down to fit the screen that’s
what the crop to fit feature did but if we click on pan and zoom you’ll see it
opens up our zoom window what we want to do is click inside of the end screen to
activate it and then let’s grab the corner of this and shrink it down we
want to keep this at a 16:9 ratio so let’s make sure we click on the 16 by 9
in the drop down so that it doesn’t distort and create any black lines in
our final export I’m gonna put that right over her left eye so what the
instructions I’m giving fillmore to do with this clip is to start with this
full screen and zoom on in down towards her eye to this size let’s hit “OK” so
what we have happening so far is this first image we have sitting fullscreen
and where I sliced it I gave it the instructions to start zooming in towards
her eye now let’s move over to this cat footage let’s take the small section I
sliced and right click on that let’s hit crop and zoom and we’re gonna
do a very similar thing we’re gonna use the pan and zoom feature we’ll click
inside of the end I actually want this to start in on the
cat’s eye so down in the lower right let’s use these reverse arrows and that
will turn the end window into the start window and the start window into the end
window the way you can tell if you look at the lower left corner of each they
actually say end and start can you see those and when I click this it says swap
the start and end areas so each time we click it it swaps them back and forth
will take this new start and bring it all the way down to a small square but
we still want that to only be sixteen by nine which is the standard aspect ratio
that YouTube uses where I’m gonna be hosting this video so let’s shrink that
down really small let’s bring that right up to the cat’s eye here just make sure
that the smaller image is the start image so we’re starting from the inside
of the cat’s eye and working our way back out so now the inside is set as the
start and click okay so now what we’ve done is we’ve started with this full
screen image of this woman we zoomed in towards her eye and when we get to the
cat it swaps right over and comes back out so it almost looks like she turned
into a cat one thing we can do in here is if we go up to the transition area
let’s look up our dissolve transition and let’s bring that down right where
these two pieces of footage meet I’m going to stretch out my footage so I can
see this a little better we don’t need this dissolve to be very long I just
wanted to slightly blend from her eye into the cat’s eye so let’s take a look
and that’s a nice swap really fast let’s shrink it down and let’s see how that
plays always use your eye to figure out what you think the effect needs or
doesn’t need we’ve got to zoom in that’s a little too much I feel like that’s too
much I want that to be faster let me just rink that a little bit it
seems in BAM comes back out that’s a little bit better I also think this
overall effect could be a little bit quicker so I’m gonna grab this section
and shorten it up and grab the cat section and shorten it up a little bit
and then I’m gonna left click on the first one hold the shift key and click
on the last piece of footage and move them all to the left until they all
connect now they’re all together let’s take a look and see what that looks like
I like the way that looks that’s a little bit smoother
keep in mind you could do this with video of yourself actually moving. Zoom
into your eyeball in one location And zoom back out from another piece of
footage and make it look like you totally changed locations If you want to learn how to do more cool effects with FIlmora Click on these videos over here
to get you on your way

100 thoughts on “Eye Zoom Transition | Filmora Effects & Transitions

  1. Thank You So much Daniel sir
    finally I found here What I need😊…am so happy Today …
    hope more tutriol Videos from You sir…from your channel I get chance to learn a lot …watching from nepal😊

  2. I so love when you explain how to do things the right way…so clear and give us idea to experiment. Thank always for sharing. Greetings from Germany!

  3. Great vid as always daniel! quick question do you think an optical flow option like in fcpx will be updated in filmora 9 soon? any recommendations or suggestions on making the slow mo look buttery smooth on filmora 9? i know it all depends on your fps but thought i would ask you!

  4. That's a great idea for a picture transition. I wonder how it would look with the morph transition? Did you play with that idea? But either way another great video.

  5. Great video once again! Hey, I just published a video where I cut 4 different videos together…It was very tricky and I don't know if I did it the best/easiest way. Happy with the results, but there must be an optimal way!? Then almost finished, I wanted to add something in between but did not know how to make a space without going over a clip/moving everything manually to the right. Any tips? If anyone would watch the video and give some tips too I would appreciate it! Thanks guys

  6. hey bro you could make a video similar to this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_0YwXjEOihc explaining better the trick of the mirror, something your style, peace … !!!

  7. nice video. but didn't you go over this on the last live episode. anyhow thanks. but can you try to teach us some crazy awesome editing like on the videos i attached here. i really want to learn to make some sick videos where it's just like wow. of course the dji drone adds cool shots as well. or do you know of a channel that might help me on this category?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8E5RfxctKdQ
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DrXkCYDVsiw

  8. Hello Daniel,I have a strange issue with the Filmora9,I have to edit a clip wich in windows has 12 minutes lenght but in filmora is only 5:23 minutes,what I have done wrong? Did i screwed something? Thank you and keep up with these kind of tutorials. Regards Marius.

  9. Sir how about you let your fans make videos of video editing that you teach and then you could react and make some good changes in the effects

  10. How you can make multiple split screen(like 3 videos side by side).Filmore use to have this feature on previous versions.

  11. I just published a video using several of your techniques (poorly) and it's only been a few hours but it's already gotten 450% more views than normal. (I used percentages because it sounds waaay more impressive.) I just wanted to thank you again for these videos. I'm having a lot more fun editing now.

  12. I don't have Filmora, but was so inspiredby this tutorial and, did something similar. My video gained as many views on one day as previous 2weeks. 🤯🤯🤯 Thank you so much for a great tutorial.

  13. Hey Daniel! I am a huge fan of your videos! After watching just one of your videos, I was hooked and I subscribed! Just wondering, do you have a tutorial for how to add a rectangle or a circle around something in your video in Filmora 9? If not, do you think a tutorial is possible?

  14. Thank you for the amazing tutorials. Short and to the point.
    If possible, could you look into making some of the effects shown on filmora filmstocks premium pack like stylized opener etc. Thanks

  15. I was wondering if you know how to fix an issue I am having with pan and zoom. When I use it, it is not smooth as the video zooms in. It kind of jerks as it zooms in.

  16. thanks a lot for the tutorial, i learn so many things for our channel. thanks again for your hard work. 🙂

  17. umm sir, i want to ask but i don't know what the name of the problem, so i will use some example here, i use filmora 9. so in filmora 8 if we have 1 original clip duration 10 sec and i want to split that clip into 2 (clip A and B) with duration 5 sec each and if i want clip A become 8 sec, in filmora 8 we can just use custom speed and change the 5 sec to 8 sec it will automatically slow down clip A and make it become 8 sec, but in filmora 9 when i click that custom speed the duration in clip A not 5 sec but 10 sec like the original clip. is that because wrong in my setting? thanks

  18. Hey Daniel, a tutorial idea. Premiere has a feature called Corner Pin, where you can grab an image, and morph it instead of the simple stretching that is easy to do in Filmora. Would you know of a way of doing this, like for example there is a picture and there is a TV in it at an angle, to put an video in that TV to make it look like it was coming out of the TV?

  19. Thank you for this tutorial, i just started with my youtube channel and i am still learning how to edit videos, your tutorial helps a lot. thanks

  20. Interesting tip, I think I will have to try that out. Sadly I use a different editor so it will be a bit of a learning curve.

  21. Kann man auch Gegenstände nachträglich bearbeiten das sie sich bewegen ? Und ein Tutorial wie Gegenstände, Menschen etc Verschwinden wäre mal eine feine Sache. Und ob es geht in einem Video ein Bild Plakat zu ändern das es sich auch mit bewegt, geht wohl mit Motion Tracker, das wäre ebenfalls eine Feine Sache.

  22. Omg I just did this!!! Thank you!!!! My acting coach and I wrote a horror short for Halloween and I needed this! No idea how I was going to pull this off. You have no idea how excited I am right now

  23. I wonder how you have so fewer subscribers. You should have a million subscriber because your videos are so good, easy to understand and have all types of videos editing tips.

  24. I've been binge watching your videos and learning so much. You do a great job. There is a certain effect I'm trying to create that can be done in Photoshop with a certain degree of success with still photos, but I'd like to know if it can be done with video on Filmora.

    I want to convert a color video into black & white (easy to do) BUT! I want to keep one element of the video to retain its color. Remember that scene in the movie Schindler's List where the little girl is wandering aimlessly in the street among the chaos wearing her little red coat? Everything is in B&W except her red coat. Is there any way of doing that with Filmora?
    https://tinyurl.com/littlegirlredcoat

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