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How can I cut a logo in half and have it come together in the opening scene of my video? 1 month, 1 week ago #206967

  • stephenlusk
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Hey guys,

Novice editor here. I handle advertising for my company and I'm working on a video package. I'd like to take my company's logo and have it come together in an attractive way at the start of my vid. Any tips or tricks I can use?

Thank y'all so much!

Re: How can I cut a logo in half and have it come together in the opening scene of my video? 1 month, 1 week ago #207016

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Welcome to the Forum.

Are you looking for something in the way this video shows?.:
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I did it with the split-screen effect.
But the settings are a bit complicated.
The video shows my workflow:
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Software: Lightworks 14.6 Beta & 14.5; || Windows 10, 64 Bit
Hardware: Intel i5-4440 (3,1 GHz); || shared RAM: 8 GB; || Intel HD Graphics 4600 (can use max. 2 GB of shared RAM)

Re: How can I cut a logo in half and have it come together in the opening scene of my video? 1 month, 1 week ago #207018

  • jwrl
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That's one way. A simpler way is to use two DVEs, configured like this.

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You then set up the cropping in each DVE so that one crops the right side of the frame and the second crops the left, like so:

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You will note that the stop watch icons have been clicked on the horizontal position parameter in each. This allows you to keyframe the position of each half. The result with the example that I've shown is this.

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