5 FREE transition presets (Pack #7)

5 FREE transition presets for Adobe Premiere Pro.
(Stretch, Bloom, Luma, Pixelization and Drawing)
Free clips used in this video: https://www.videvo.net/stock-video-footage/santorini/

You can download the transition presets on Sellfy for free, or enter any amount to support me with a donation (highly appreciated! ☺).  

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These transition presets are designed for Premiere Pro CC 2017, 2018 and newer.

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Editing done in Adobe Premiere. Try, buy, download or upgrade Adobe Premiere Pro CC now!: http://bit.ly/2oyNfR9

Would you like some more FREE transition presets from Orange83 ? Definitely check out my other free preset packs here:
Free transition pack #4
Free transition pack #5
Free transition pack #6

Music used in this transition presets video:

Fresh chill summer hip hop

Tropical lounge

Microphone used to record voiceover: Rode NT USB 

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FAQ:
“I don’t see the transition presets when I import them into Premiere Pro.”
-Answer: there are 3 possible ways to fix this:

  • 1. UPDATE PREMIERE. Go to your Creative Cloud app and check for updates. In case you don’t have a active subscription, you can try or buy one here. This has solved it for many users so far. If this did not help, also check options 2 and 3.
  • 2. Resetting preferences:Rename 12.0 folder to Old_12.0 inWindows: C:\Users\UserName\Documents\Adobe\Premiere Pro\12.0
    Mac: Documents > Adobe > Premiere Pro > 12.0
  • 3: Make new project (dont open old) and see if you can import the preset.

“I’ve downloaded the transition preset, when I click to install, it says the file isn’t supported? “

  • 1. Unzip the files after downloading, Premiere does not import zip files.
  • 2. If you use overlay transitions, make sure you can play mov files. You can fix this by installing QuickTime player or VLC player.
  • 3. Update your version of Premiere. http://bit.ly/2oyNfR9

And you could also check this video:

Premiere Pro basics: How to import an effect preset + Unzip ,zip file


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